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Question: Buckley, a worker in a restaurant, stole


Buckley, a worker in a restaurant, stole a credit card from the coat of its owner with the intention of using it to charge goods. He purchased some merchandise at a retail store and paid for these goods by presenting the stolen credit card to the salesperson and signing the name of the person whose name appeared on the card. Was Buckley guilty of a crime? [Buckley v. Indiana, 322 N.E.2d 113 (Indiana)]
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