The Truth About Fake Identification in Morgantown
While it may seem like a glamorous thing to purchase alcohol or attend places where the age limit is 21 by sneaking in with a fake ID, it can have serious repercussions. In 2011 alone, nearly 50% of young adults in West Virginia claimed to have consumed alcohol. These types of actions are made possible mostly through false identities or persons over 21 purchasing alcohol for minors.
It is entirely illegal to possess, make, sell or use any form of false identification in the state of West Virginia. Any form of conviction for these charges could end up on your permanent record, making it difficult to pursue further education or start a career. There are often fines associated with the offense and on occasion jail time must be served. The license of the individual being charged may be suspended up to six months, resulting in a loss of freedom.
Underage Drinking and Driving
In West Virginia, law enforcement officers have the legal right to stop any drivers under the age of 21 if there is probable cause to believe they have been using drugs or drinking prior to operating the vehicle. They also have the right by law to ask the underage individual to comply with blood alcohol content (BAC) tests. If there is above a .02 percent amount of alcohol in their system it constitutes as underage drinking. The officer will expect identification and if they are presented with a false ID it will incur further charges against the driver. This could result in a suspension of their license for 6 months to a year.
Procuring a Bold Defense
Ensure a strong defense for your case by contacting Attorney Frank Walker immediately. Through an excellent record in achieving positive case results, our firm is prepared to fight for you rights and help you on your way out of this situation. Allow yourself to relax knowing that our legal team will commit to you until the end. With our excellent track record, it is no wonder that Attorney Frank Walker has achieved such renowned amongst his associates.
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