“Possessing/Presenting a Fake Identification Card by a Minor” Offense, Business and Professions Code section 25661(a), Resolved at Office Conference Hearing - No Filing of Criminal Charges!

Recently, in Los Angeles County our office was able to successfully conduct an office conference hearing for a client arrested and cited for a violation of Business and Professions Code section 25661(a), “Possessing/Presenting a Fake Identification Card by a Minor.”

Our client was under twenty-one years of age and had obtained a fake ID. Our client was only two months shy of turning twenty-one at the time that he was cited for this offense.

After hiring our office, we were able to successfully conduct an office conference hearing with the prosecution to allow us to present equitable documentation regarding our client for their consideration. At the office conference hearing, we presented the hearing officer with documents showing that our client was attending a prestigious university and obtaining great grades, was participating in internships to further his career, and was working. We also presented character letters describing our client’s morals and ethics.

At the office conference hearing the hearing officer indicated that he would not be pursuing/filing the charges against our client and he provided our office with a letter confirming the “no filing” of charges! This is a great result for our client that will allow him to seal his record of arrest once the one-year statute of limitations for the offense has passed!

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