What Happens When I'm Charged With Using A Fake I.D.?
As spring break and summer break quickly approach for college and high school students, many students will find themselves in trouble for using fake identification in their free time.
While an underage person’s use of fake identification may not seem so serious at the time, a conviction under North Carolina laws can result in revocation of your drivers license.
In North Carolina, N.C. Gen. Stat. 18B-302(e) makes it is a Class 1 misdemeanor to use fraudulent identification to:
1) Enter or attempt to enter a place where alcoholic beverages are sold or consumed; or
2) Obtain or attempt to obtain alcoholic beverages; or
3) Obtain or attempt to obtain permission to purchase alcoholic beverages
If you are convicted under N.C. Gen. Stat 18B-302(e), your drivers license must be revoked for a one-year period.
Under N.C. Gen. Stat. 20-23(3), displaying or representing as your own, a drivers licenses not issued to the person displaying it is a Class 2 misdemeanor. Upon a conviction under this statute, you may lose your drivers license for up to one year.
If you are charged with having a fake I.D. contact The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC for a free consultation with one of our criminal defense attorneys at 919-585-1486.