A person is guilty of criminal use of an access device in the first degree when he
knowingly uses an access device without consent of an owner thereof with intent to
unlawfully obtain telecommunications services on behalf of himself or a third person,
and so obtains such services with a value in excess of one thousand dollars. As used in this section, access device shall have the meaning set forth in subdivision seven-c of section 155.00 of this chapter.
Criminal use of an access device in the first degree is a class E felony.
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