It is important that you talk with an attorney immediately to contest the administrative suspension of a driver's license possible in this situation.
Getting charged with having a fake ID in the state of Missouri is a serious crime. Missouri laws state that possessing false identification—whether it’s someone else’s ID card or any type of forged document that states you are someone else or someone imagined—is considered a class A misdemeanor. Some counties file these as felony charges.
A conviction of drug possession can result in the loss of financial aid and/or scholarships.
Theft is a serious crime involving the possibility of crippling fines and significant jail time. Even if you get convicted of the least serious category of theft, that conviction will be public information that will severely degrade your reputation and future employment prospects. With your freedom, finances, and reputation in jeopardy, you should do everything you can to fight your theft charges.
Traffic violations can result in fines, higher insurance rates, missing time from work to attend Court and driving school, and the suspension of your driver’s license. If you have a job which requires the ability to drive (such as a valet or a commercial driver) then traffic violations can result in the loss of employment.
In general, a felony is an offense for which a sentence to a term of imprisonment in excess of one year is authorized. Felonies are serious crimes, such as murder, rape, or burglary, punishable by a harsher sentence than that given for a misdemeanor.
30 Years of Experience in various cases
Mike Hamilton has worked on countless cases ranging from the most severe felonies of Murder in the first degree, Robbery in the first degree and Distribution or Manufacturing of Drugs to minor charges such as Passing Bad Checks and Driving While Revoked.