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The short answer is that you could be summonsed. It is not the act of using her card per se because people do that all the time and aren’t often charge or a first offence. It is the act of forgery that suggests a considered intention to defraud.
However, probably at this stage you would not. They have already issued a penalty. You might have been lucky but there you have it.
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It is but I doubt they would charge the fraud. It is more likely to be ticketless travel. No, they would just summons you to court.
No, they have no evidence against her.
I don't think they would put that amount of resources into this.
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