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What Are the Penalties for a Fake ID in Connecticut?
What Are the Penalties for a Fake ID in Connecticut?

A fake ID can get you into any bar or club when you’re under the age of 21, but that small piece of plastic can also get you into real serious trouble. While a bouncer or bartender can simply choose to tear the ID in half and tell you to leave, the police could also get ...

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