University of Colorado Improper Identification Lawyers
The university setting provides a unique situation for regulating alcohol use. Most who enter college are under 21 years of age and are unable to legally purchase alcohol. By the time most students are preparing to graduate, they have been of legal age to purchase for some time.
These two social groups, those who can and those who cannot legally purchase alcohol constantly intermingle. Often the social settings in which these groups interact are those where alcohol is an major element of the socializing. This puts some pressure on younger individuals to secure a fake ID.
At Jurdem, LLC, our Boulder fake ID defense lawyers have decades of combined criminal defense experience including attorney Scott Jurdem who is a former Director of the Offices of the Public Defender in Colorado Springs and Denver. We know what it takes to minimize the consequences of a fake ID charge.
A Mistake Like a Fake ID Can Interfere With Your Future
If not properly handled, a fake ID charge can interfere with your ability to continue your education at CU. Any such charges will be referred to the CU Office of Student Conduct where you will face disciplinary actions that may include suspension or removal from the university.
Our firm's experience will help you face your criminal charges and any actions by the Office of Student Conduct.
For experienced legal counsel that can help you defend yourself against alcohol charges in court and work to preserve your ability to continue your education at CU, turn to Jurdem, LLC, in Boulder. Call 303-800-3509, toll free at 877-761-7852 or simply contact us online for a free initial consultation with one of our exceptional criminal defense attorneys. We accept major credit cards for our clients' convenience.