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Fake IDs – Maricopa

There are many reasons why a minor under the age of 21 will want to obtain a fake ID, for the purpose of drinking or others. A juvenile under the age of 18 can face very serious penalties for conviction of a fake ID charge. According to ARS §4-241 it is illegal to use a fake ID to cause a person to sell, serve, give or furnish you with alcohol, or to gain entry into a licensed establishment such as a nightclub. There are other crimes that can be committed by the usage of a fake ID such as providing false information to a law enforcement officer, and providing false information to the Motor Vehicle Division as well as others.

If you are charged with using a fake ID to obtain entry into a licensed establishment such as a nightclub then you will face Class 1 misdemeanor charges that carry penalties of six months in jail and a fine up to $2,500 if you are convicted of this crime. You can face the same penalties for conviction if you provide false information to a police officer via usage of this fake ID.

Charged With a Fake ID Crime? We Can Help!

If you are facing a fake ID charge then it is vitally important to your future that you obtain skillful legal representation that will fight to see that your rights are upheld and for your goals and desires regarding the outcome of your case. A Maricopa County juvenile attorney from Rosenstein Law Group will be able to provide you with this representation. We offer a free case evaluation so that you may obtain legal advice without any financial obligation or commitment on your part.

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