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Criminal Law is a form of legal defense that encompasses all aspects of crime, from charging a suspect in a crime, to defending an individual accused of qualifying offenses. A Criminal Lawyer is an advocate that works with their client to advise them on the proper handling of their case. They will assess the situation in order to suggest the most suitable course of action and provide support throughout the proceedings. Suitable representation can lead to obtaining evidence, negotiating during a plea bargain, and presenting compelling arguments during the trial.
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1. Circumstances between 2012-2019 ONE individual was used by various individuals to deposit checks in their account all with the same bank, and bring them back any money that becomes available. During those years many checks cleared and quite a few bounced. As a result the bank compiled only the ones that bounced and charged the depositor with unlawfully appropriation of property or theft pursuant to a scheme or continuing course of conduct. In defending the individual what are some case law to support the following; 2. the defendant had consent to access the account since card holders gave him their card and pin. 3. the accounts were the property of the account holders and not the bank. 4. Anything that would show theft is the incorrect charge.