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Other common alcohol related citations include misrepresentation of age, which often occurs after a minor tries to purchase alcohol from a bar or liquor store. The misrepresentation can be something as little as a person stating that he or she is 21 and old enough to buy liquor. If the minor uses a fake ID to try to buy alcohol, he or she faces the possibility of being issued a citation for false documentation. A conviction for false documentation may result in the motor vehicle administration being notified. The MVA could then impose their own sanctions such as the suspension of driving privileges, or prohibiting the defendant from obtaining a driver license or learner’s permit. Both misrepresentation of age and false documentation are civil violations, but if not handled properly can result in large fines, probation, license suspensions, and the possibility of a permanent violation being listed in the public record. These cases are common at concert venues such as Merriweather Post Pavilion in Howard County and at bars in Ocean City, College Park and Baltimore. Benjamin Herbst is an experienced and dedicated criminal defense attorney who handles cases in all Maryland courts. He understands the potential impacts that even a civil violation can have on a person’s life, especially on minors and young adults with bright futures. He will do whatever it takes to try to have the violation dismissed prior to or on the court date so that it may be expunged from the public record. Contact Benjamin to discuss your case or your minor’s case anytime at 410-207-2598.