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How Taking a Cashout Voucher Could Lead to a Felony Charge
How Taking a Cashout Voucher Could Lead to a Felony Charge

On August 10, 2019, a 39-year-old man walked up to a slot machine at a casino. He was planning on playing and saw that a cashout voucher was in it. Wanting to put his own $2 in and not seeing anyone near the machine, he removed the slip of paper, which was worth $0.20. A few ...

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