November 5

Falsifying, Altering, or Counterfeiting a Driver’s License

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Falsifying, Altering, or Counterfeiting a Driver’s License

Falsifying, Altering, or Counterfeiting a Driver’s License is a serious crime that can land you in jail or possibly in some severe cases, prison. Falsifying, Altering, or Counterfeiting a Driver’s License is known as duplicating, reproducing, or counterfeiting a driver’s license. Now to be legally be charged with Falsifying, Altering, or Counterfeiting a Driver’s License you have to meet 2 conditions. 1. you altered, falsified, forged, etc. a driver’s license. and 2. when you did that act, you intended to use the altered, falsified, forged, driver’s license to commit forgery. You intend to commit forgery if he or she uses a counterfeit document to deceive another person to cause a loss of or damage to a legal, financial, or property right. Falsifying, Altering, or Counterfeiting a Driver’s License can include anything from erasing r changing parts of the document that affects legal, financial, or property right. This means that simply changing your date of birth that says that you are 21 instead of 19 to buy alcohol falls under that category. Its an important thing to know that no one has to be defrauded or suffer any losses because of your acts. Simply just making the counterfeit license, with the intentions of defrauding is enough. IntentionFalsifying, Altering, or Counterfeiting a Driver's License plays a huge role in most criminal cases. Without the intention to do anything unlawful, you are then innocent. You cannot commit a crime if you did not intend to do it. This means that if you had a friend that made a lot of counterfeit drivers license cards and took one of his/hers instead yours in accident. As long as you didn’t intend to do anything wrong with them, you should not be able to be charged with Falsifying, Altering, or Counterfeiting a Driver’s License.

If you or a loved one was charged with Falsifying, Altering, or Counterfeiting a Driver’s License, you need a competent attorney that is willing to fight for you.

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