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Minor in Consumption of Alcohol (4-244(41))

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The use of fraudulent or fake identification to purchase alcohol is a criminal offense in Arizona under Arizona Revised Statutes 4-241(N). This statute makes it illegal for a person to knowingly use false identification to purchase or attempt to purchase alcohol, or to knowingly lend, borrow, or sell false identification for the purpose of purchasing alcohol.

A conviction for fraudulent or fake ID to obtain alcohol is typically charged as a Class 1 misdemeanor in Arizona, which carries a penalty of up to six months in jail and a fine of up to $2,500. Additionally, a conviction for this offense can result in the revocation or suspension of the person’s driver’s license.

It is important to note that using a fake ID to purchase alcohol can also have other legal consequences. For example, if the person is under the age of 21, they may also face charges for minor in possession of alcohol (MIP) or minor in consumption of alcohol (MCA), as well as potential penalties associated with those offenses.

If you’re accused of using a fraudulent ID to obtain alcohol in Arizona (4-241(N)), your future and reputation are at stake. Don’t let a single mistake define your life. Our seasoned legal team is here to fight for your rights and mount a vigorous defense against these charges. With a deep understanding of Arizona’s legal landscape and a track record of success, we will carefully analyze the details of your case, challenge evidence, and strive to achieve the best possible outcome. Take action now by calling (888) 912-5617 and securing the experienced representation you deserve. Don’t let a fake ID charge derail your future – let us protect your rights and advocate for your freedom today!

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