California  |  Traffic Law

Legal Question

Asked on: 3/20/12, 6:00 pm

About 1 year ago I made an attempt, and failed, to purchase some beer at a local Albertsons using a fake ID that had all my real info on it besides the birth date. The cashier took the ID and sent it to the DMV. I just received a letter today, it is a "notice of reexamination." I called and asked what it was regarding and they said fraudulent activity aka fake ID. What is the best angle to approach this? I know I could come clean and admit guilt, but then what am I facing as far as punishment. If it is a license suspension is there a way to get around that, besides a restricted license, because I work strange hours, plus sometimes have side jobs in other cites. I need the work because I am a full time student putting myself through school. I also need my car to drive to school! What is the best strategy here?

Thank you so very much!


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