Using A Fake ID In Georgia Is A Bigger Deal Than You Might Think

Under Georgia Code Title 16. Crimes and Offenses §16.9.4, “It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly possess, display, or use any false, fictitious, fraudulent, or altered identification…”.

Doing so means that you’re viable for imprisonment of a year or longer.

Suppose the fake ID was used by a minor to purchase alcohol. In that case, there could also be accompanying penalties and charges, including “minor in possession of alcohol” or “minor in possession of drugs.” 

A student can also face academic probation or suspension from school. 

With the help of Frye Law Group, it is possible to minimize these consequences.

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