Consequences of a Fake ID Offense

If you were charged with the possession of a fake ID as you were trying to gain entry into a club or bar, it is important to speak with an aggressive and experienced Tampa criminal defense lawyer. Juveniles can be charged with a fake ID offense for possessing a card that belongs to another individual, even if it is not altered. If the underage student is charged with a fake ID offense, they may be subject to misdemeanor or felony court charges. There are serious consequences to this offense, which is why it is essential to obtain strong legal defense.

If the offender attends a university, they may also be subject to college student disciplinary hearing at their school. The reason why a college might get involved is because a law enforcement officer that is with the campus police department can investigate your case and send this information to college officials.

The college student can begin taking disciplinary actions against the student in addition to the legal penalties. This has become a serious crime and can be charged as a felony and have substantial impact on the offender's life. No matter what the reason was for the use of the fake ID, the consequences can be severe.

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