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I used brother's ID to enter a casino in Illinois. About ten minutes after I entered they have found out I used not mine ID. I ended up being arrested and I hah to pay 100.00$ to buy myself out. I need to appear at court in July 12th. I will be 21 year-old in October and it was my first felony. What possible punishment I might be given? The policeman told me it may be a fee or just community service since it was my first crime. Please provide me with some information, about possible penalites.
 


FlyingRon

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Never take legal advice from a cop. Felonies are always serious. I'm not sure what circumstances go this jacked to a felony (have you done this before? What is the charge specifically (numbers)?

It looks like at a minimum your looking at a hefty fine and loss of driver's license.
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It was my first time doing this, I haven't done it before. Charge: Unlawful use of ID.
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For how long they may take my driving license away? For a year or until I turn 21?
But, on the other hand, I did not steal somebody's ID and it wasn't fake. My brother did not know I was about to use it, so they can consider it as the identity theft... What I found on the inthernet, this felony is similar as DUI or even drug possesion, $500 minimum fine and up to 50 hrs of community service. Does community service clear the record? Or its gonna stay on my record for next 7 years?

Damn... it was really stupid
 

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A felony isn't like filing for bankruptcy, it will remain in your record for the rest of your life. You are going to lose your license for 12 months and you could be subject to revocation. You were charged with a Class 4 Felony which makes the punishment you are facing much more serious, a Class 4 Felony is punishable by a fine up to $25,000 and 1 to 3 years in prison. You need a lawyer, yesterday.
 
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You are going to lose your license for 12 months and you could be subject to revocation. You were charged with a Class 4 Felony which makes the punishment you are facing much more serious, a Class 4 Felony is punishable by a fine up to $25,000 and 1 to 3 years in prison. You need a lawyer, yesterday.

I only repeat myself because your statement is wrong. You were charged with a felony under 625 ILCS 5, Section 6-301.1 and the Illinois Identification Card Act made it possible for you to be charged with a felony rather than the still very serious Class A misdemeanor. You were the one that stated you were charged with a felony twice. Are you lying or do you not know what you are talking about?
 
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ERAUPIKE

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You misunderstood. You have now stated three times that you have been charged with a felony.

This will be your first Class 4 Felony. You were charged with a Class 4 Felony not a Class A Misdemeanor, understand now.

You are looking at some serious penalties with the felony and some long reaching consequences. Don't worry about college, felons have a hard time getting a job. Don't worry about politics, convicted felons can not vote. If you own or plan to own any firearms that will change, convicted felons can not posses any type of firearm.

You should have said, "When they take my license away", because the one year suspension is mandatory and it is possible for your DL to be revoked. Your brother may be looking at charges as well and the possible revocation of his DL for letting you use his. You may want to think about how your brother feels about never driving in the United States again. You either stole his ID or he gave it to you, there is no middle ground.

The crystal ball here has been on the fritz so the answer to you receiving a hardship cannot be definite. It is possible but not guaranteed. You need a lawyer to help you through this mess you have made.
 
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xylene

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You are looking at some serious penalties with the felony and some long reaching consequences. Don't worry about college, felons have a hard time getting a job. Don't worry about politics, convicted felons can not vote. If you own or plan to own any firearms that will change, convicted felons can not posses any type of firearm.
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The poster was charged - not convicted.

A non felony plea offer is a very real prospect

Felony record can be expunged and pardons had - with difficulty.

Felons can vote. That is just incorrect.

Ever hear of the 5th amendment? the poster is not law bound to admit he stole it. He wasn't charged with theft of the DL, and he won't be. And him not being charged does not mean his brother is facing any legal peril. That is nothing but conjecture - and rather hyperbolic conjecture at that.
 
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I am familiar with the 5th amendment and I did not assume he would confess to stealing the DL.
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His brother may face charges as well. To rescind these charges he may have to point the finger or face the revocation of his own DL. What would you do in that situation? The statute and Illinois Identification Card Act is very clear that individuals that allow others to use their DL are guilty of a crime as well. It is a very real possibility.

A plea agreement is possible but not ensured. There is not much chance of one without legal representation. Felony charges can be expunged, felony convictions can not be. I am aware that at this point he has only been charged, without a lawyer he can be sure to see a conviction.

You are right felons can vote in Illinois, but many other states bar felons from voting. I apologize for the bad information, I was thinking of Florida's laws.
 
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I am just a little bit disappointed with the statement you just made. I visited this forum just to get some legal advice and not to be judged. People have done worse things and they work, have degrees etc. I did not kill anyone, did not hurt no one either. I just had a stupid idea which i regret and I know I need to be punished for my doings. And that's why I'm here, because it will be my first time at court.

Moreover, are you guys lawyers, or just ordinary people who are interested in law? Each person says something different and it just makes me feel less comfortable. On the other hand, my record is clear, so the judge should consider it also, right? And by the way, my brother will not be punished, it is just me. I spoke to the policeman that arrested me and there is charge only against me. They told me also, it will be minimum $500 fine and/or community service... but we'll see. I can't afford lawyer, costs too much of money, I barely make enought of $ to pay off the college
 
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That's what I found:

(15 ILCS 335/14) (from Ch. 124, par. 34)
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Sec. 14. Unlawful use of identification card.
(a) It is a violation of this Section for any person:
1. To possess, display, or cause to be displayed any

cancelled or revoked identification card;
2. To display or represent as the person's own any

identification card issued to another;
3. To allow any unlawful use of an identification

card issued to the person;
4. To lend an identification card to another or

knowingly allow the use thereof by another;
5. To fail or refuse to surrender to the Secretary

of State, the Secretary's agent or any peace officer upon lawful demand, any identification card which has been revoked or cancelled;
6. To possess, use, or allow to be used any

materials, hardware, or software specifically designed for or primarily used in the manufacture, assembly, issuance, or authentication of an official Illinois Identification Card or Illinois Disabled Person Identification Card issued by the Secretary of State; or
7. To knowingly possess, use, or allow to be used a

stolen identification card making implement.
(a‑1) It is a violation of this Section for any person to possess, use, or allow to be used any materials, hardware, or software specifically designed for or primarily used in the reading of encrypted language from the bar code or magnetic strip of an official Illinois Identification Card or Illinois Disabled Person Identification Card issued by the Secretary of State. This subsection (a‑1) does not apply if a federal or State law, rule, or regulation requires that the card holder's address be recorded in specified transactions or if the encrypted information is obtained for the detection or possible prosecution of criminal offenses or fraud. If the address information is obtained under this subsection (a‑1), it may be used only for the purposes authorized by this subsection (a‑1).
(a‑5) As used in this Section "identification card" means any document made or issued by or under the authority of the United States Government, the State of Illinois or any other State or political subdivision thereof, or any governmental or quasi‑governmental organization that, when completed with information concerning the individual, is of a type intended or commonly accepted for the purpose of identifying the individual.
(b) Sentence.
1. Any person convicted of a violation of this

Section shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor and shall be sentenced to a minimum fine of $500 or 50 hours of community service, preferably at an alcohol abuse prevention program, if available.
2. A person convicted of a second or subsequent

violation of this Section shall be guilty of a Class 4 felony.
(c) This Section does not prohibit any lawfully authorized investigative, protective, law enforcement or other activity of any agency of the United States, State of Illinois or any other state or political subdivision thereof.
(Source: P.A. 93‑667, eff. 3‑19‑04; 93‑895, eff. 1‑1‑05; 94‑239, eff. 1‑1‑06.)
 
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Were you charged with a felony or not? You have stated three times that you were, which is possible under Illinois state law. If you were then the statute you posted does not apply to you. It would be very advantageous for you to find whatever money you can to hire an attorney or apply for a public defender if you truly are indigent. Sorry that you feel like you are being judged but the harsh reality is that convicted felons have a hard time finding gainful employment.
 
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