Fake IDs are commonly used by underage college students to get into bars and nightclubs or to buy alcohol for house parties near campus. If caught, however, you can face significant consequences. Creating, selling or using a fake ID is a crime under Ohio law. Considered a type of forgery, a conviction for any of these activities could lead to jail time and steep fines.
Fake ID offenses can also get you into trouble with your university or school. You may face disciplinary proceedings that could result in suspension, probation or even expulsion. The consequences could jeopardize your education and long-term opportunities, creating repercussions that resonate far into the future.
If you are facing criminal charges for using, creating or selling a fake ID, you need to take swift action to defend your rights and minimize the impact on your future. Your first step should be to contact a qualified local attorney.
At the Mesaros Law Office, we represent clients in all aspects of Fake ID related charges. As skilled negotiators, our attorneys strive to develop creative and cost-effective out-of-court resolutions wherever possible. However, we are also well-equipped to protect our clients' rights in contentious litigation if needed. Our goal is to partner with clients, providing the knowledge and legal analysis you need to make informed decisions.
If you are charged with Fake ID violation in the Dayton area, Mesaros Law office is here for you. The attorneys at our law firm are compassionate and understanding while simultaneously unrelenting and effective. Our law office provides the highest representation for college students from the University of Dayton, Sinclair and Wright State University as well as for military personnel and their families stationed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
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Dayton, OH 45459
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