Underage Possession and Fake ID Defense Attorney
At The Lariscy Law Firm, we represent young people accused of misdemeanor and felony crimes, including underage alcohol possession or consumption, possession of a fake ID, possession of marijuana, and other student offenses. We have a solid record defending students, and work to minimize the penalties and long-term consequences in every case we handle.
Call 706-389-4375 or send us an e-mail for a free initial consultation.
Obtaining a Positive Outcome
In many cases involving underage possession of alcohol, pretrial diversion is an option. A first-time offender may qualify for this outcome, which delays a verdict, pending the successful completion of a probationary period, community service, and paying all applicable fines. At the end of the period, the case is dismissed. Most cases dismissed after completion of the program are eligible for record restriction, also known as expungement, once the offender turns 21 years old. The benefit of this is that the mistake that they made does not have to haunt them for years to come.
The Lariscy Law Firm has helped many youthful offenders obtain pretrial diversion outcomes. If you qualify, our firm can seek to obtain this for you. In other cases, we may be able to persuade the prosecutor to file a lesser, non-alcohol-related charge.
Possession of a Fake ID
Some employers such as banks, do not look favorably on job applicants who have a record of using fraudulent documents. If you are caught using a fake ID, your career options may be harmed. In addition, you can face other criminal penalties. Attorney Joseph Lariscy can represent you with the goal of obtaining a dismissal of the charge or a pretrial diversion.
Don’t let a bad decision affect your future. If you have been arrested for underage drinking, contact The Lariscy Law Firm for advice and representation from an experienced defense lawyer.
Free Initial Consultation With a Lawyer
For a free initial consultation with The Lariscy Law Firm about a fake ID or underage alcohol possession charge, call 706-389-4375 or contact us online for free consultation.