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Thread: Used my sister's name. What will happen now?

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    Used my sister's name. What will happen now?

    I was stopped and used my sisters name. They never seen my lincense. Wondering how to change that or if it is possible to get out of the charge

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    This is a sticky situation and you should consult with an experienced DUI attorney in your area immediately. He can counsel you on what to do next. Giving a false name is a crime, but the prosecutor may take your altered state into consideration. One thing for certain...you want to clear your sister's name. Speaking with a DUI attorney can hopefully help you figure out how to right this wrong with minimal damage to you.

    This article http://www.duiattorneyhome.com/ has some helpful information that you should consider when looking at hiring a DUI attorney.

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    I agree with DWI_Info. You must clear this up, otherwise your sister will suffer the consequences of your actions.
    Find a good DUI attorney and they will help you approach this issue in the best way.
    Good luck.

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