Conviction for credit card fraud under 18 U.S.C.S. § 1029(a)(2), (5), was affirmed because the jury instructions were not in error, the evidence was sufficient to establish defendant’s fraudulent intent and the victims’ losses, and the admission of “chargeback” evidence did not violate defendant’s Confrontation Clause rights.
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