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I am 18 years old and a freshman in college. I was recently charged with two misdemeanor charges, as well as two smaller charges. The big ones were using a fake ID and providing alcohol to minors. I also got possession of alcohol and another one I don't quite understand but I think its basically impersonation since the ID was of someone else.

The thing is, I was planning on fighting these charges in court, either with or without a lawyer, because I never actually used a fake ID. I bought alcohol at a store known for not carding and then was asked by the officer if I had a fake ID after the fact. I did happen to have a fake ID but never used it. The providing alcohol to a minor charge I believe is also BS because I had a friend with me when we purchased it. We split the cost and each carried half of it out. They are saying since I handed the money to the vendor it was technically me providing alcohol TO her.

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I don't know much about law, but I go to a school with a fairly prestigious law school and have some friends in it. Obviously they are not lawyers, but they told me I should do whatever I can to fight these charges. However, when I went to the courthouse to discuss the possibility of changing my courtdate (which I now have learned is impossible), I was told by a nice judge that I should do whatever I can to find a lawyer or I would have these misdemeanor charges on my account forever and that my parents were wasting their money sending me to my expensive college.

So I called a lawyer who recommended I pay her 1200 to completely expunge these charges all from my records.

Now I have a couple of questions...
1. Is it true you can only have one expungement ever? So if I do this and ever do anything wrong again I'm screwed?
2. Do I need a lawyer to get this expunged?
3. Is this a reasonable price?
4. Does it even make sense to have it expunged or is there a possibility I could get off not guilty from going to court?


I have absolutely no legal background, but am extremely interested in law and may actually end up going into the profession someday. That being said, I have the aptitude and the willingness to learn whatever I need to to be able to deal with this, I have just had trouble finding the information I need. Thank you so much to anyone who can help me.
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So I called a lawyer who recommended I pay her 1200 to completely expunge these charges all from my records.

Now I have a couple of questions...
1. Is it true you can only have one expungement ever? So if I do this and ever do anything wrong again I'm screwed?
2. Do I need a lawyer to get this expunged?
3. Is this a reasonable price?
4. Does it even make sense to have it expunged or is there a possibility I could get off not guilty from going to court?
1. depends on state. Some states (very few) allow for multiple expungements after probation and sentence completion. Again depends on your state expungement laws.
2. Yes
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4. Depends upon what your lawyer says. I am sure you will get a plea and then it will be up to you and your lawyer to decide if you should go to court or not.
 

FlyingRon

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RM - the information in my first post IS the law in North Carolina.
You get one conviction expungement and only if you have no prior misd./felony convictions.

Expungement is premature at this point.
The "nice judge" was right. Get a lawyer now and see if you can avoid getting the conviction in the first place. If you can get some of the charges dismissed, you MIGHT be able to get a deferral (what they call PJC in NC) on the remaining.
 
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