First, was it your real name and address on it? If not, did they take your real info?
The fact they didn’t call the police on the spot is good.
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While you are stewing and worrying about this, quite rightly, good for you that you recognized you did a bone-headed thing and owned it.
Spend some time thinking about whether you were a leader or a follower in this situation. How did you find yourself making the decision to have a fake ID? Were you easily led by peers? Did you just go along with the wrong, because you didn’t want to be ragged on if you chose differently from the group? Did you perform faulty operational risk analysis - Bonehead Thinking - “I won’t get caught?” Were you planning to drink underage? Drive after drinking? Do some self-examination and think about the next time you’re skidding out onto the misconduct thin ice. What can you say or do to avoid those situations where peer pressure and really bad impulse decisions are likely to be present? Lastly, think about the people you spend time with. True friends will respect your decisions, won’t pressure you and will tell you when you’re engaging in risky behavior - because they know you have a lot at stake.
I don’t need answers to these questions, but you do.
I have never regretted anything more in my life.
I am currently an AS200 on a 4-yr scholarship who had their fake id taken 1 hr ago.
I was not in possession of any alcohol, it was confiscated when entering a liquor store with my friends. I am unsure if the store will turn it into the police, but if they do (which I think they will), what are my chances of not being kicked out?
I have no criminal record, a technical major with a 3.9 gpa and 98 PFA score.
I understand that I am so dumb to even think about risking my entire future, but I really could use the advice to figure out what my plan of action should be once I receive the ticket.Click to expand...
Curious as to what crimes actually were committed . Regardless, there were bad decisions made along the way. Some previous posters raised some good questions you need to reflect on.
Your best bet may be to go back to the store and speak to the manager explaining yourself as being a great kid who made a boneheaded decision, and give a sincere apology. Ask the mgr to destroy your fake ID and offer up a mutual idea of community service as your sentence.
Be honest and genuine, but own it.
Best of luck with your life lesson!