Fake I.D. Possession

Experienced Defense for Possession of a Fake ID in Central Florida

Orlando Criminal Defense Attorney Handles Fake ID Possession ChargesA generation ago, a college student using a fake ID to buy drinks at a bar was not considered a serious crime. Today, it can be charged as a felony and have far-reaching consequences on his or her life.

At the law firm of LaBar Adams, we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case if you have been charged with possession of a fake I.D. Attorney N. Ryan LaBar has handled hundreds of misdemeanor and felony cases in Orlando and central Florida, including Fake ID possession charges.


A Crime Taken Increasingly Seriously

Fake identification cards such as driver's licenses have potential criminal uses that go far beyond underage drinking. Today, a phony driver's license may be used by an illegal immigrant to obtain government benefits. In the hands of a terrorist, a fake identification could pose a risk to aviation security. As a result, the fake I.D. charges are taken much more seriously.

Regardless of why you possessed a fake I.D., the potential consequences can be devastating. Employers, universities and others routinely conduct background checks of applicants, and having a felony conviction on your record will not count in your favor. Certain careers may not be available to you. As a convicted felon, you will also lose certain civil rights such as the rights to vote, serve on a jury and possess firearms.

Our possession of a fake ID defense lawyer, N. Ryan LaBar will work hard to resolve your case so you will not end up with a felony conviction on your record.

Busted for Using a Fake I.D. in Florida? Contact Our Experienced Defense Attorney

To discuss possession of a fake I.D. charges with Orlando criminal defense attorney N. Ryan LaBar, call 866-680-4LAW or fill out the online form provided at the top of this page. We respond to after-hours messages promptly. Evening or weekend appointments are available on request. Evening or weekend appointments are available upon request We respect your privacy and will keep all your information confidential.

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