State V. Rose No. 175 Wn.2d 10, Washington Supreme Court (March 13, 2012):

Second Degree Possession Of Stolen Property Conviction Reversed And Remanded With Instructions To Dismiss. The Washington Supreme Court Concluded There Was Insufficient Evidence To Sustain The Conviction For Possession Of An Access Device Because The Stolen Access Device In Question Was A Credit Card That Defendant Removed From The Trash In Another Person’s Home And The Card Was An Unactivated And Unsigned Card Received In A Mail Solicitation. The Court Concluded There Was No Evidence The Card In Question Could Be Used To Obtain Something Of Value.

Read more about the Stave V. Rose case.

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