It sounds like she needs a lawyer for all three cases at this point. What the likely outcome will be is dependant on what her record is like and how they view her behavoir. Good luck, hope that's helpful
She needs to hire a criminal defense attorney ASAP to defend her on both cases. www.kacdl.net
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I'm going to step out on a limb here and assume you're male and your GF is female - I can't imagine a DA that would charge a female is ID use when they were so drunk they didn't realize it was man's id.
- Got to say this.... I've read thousands upon thousands of DUI arrest reports, and this is a first for me.
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I agree with the above. She needs to hire a defense attorney immediately to work through what it appears will be a very convoluted process.
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