L.A. County Case with Liberal View of Prop 47 & PC 484e(d)

Felony grand theft of an access card (Penal Code § 484e(d)) is a unique crime in that once one has access to a bank account or other account, theft can take place at any time remotely and easily.  Despite this, there have been many folks convicted of this who seek to characterize their conviction as misdemeanor petty theft.  Does this argument fly?  It does, as the the following article explains.

http://www.greghillassociates.com/l-a-county-case-with-liberal-view-of-prop-47-pc-484e-d.html.

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