Hi： Good afternoon,I am a international student from China.My friend borrow my driver permit to Club and use it but the police officer caught him and caught me outside.We need go court on next Monday(July 9),so we really need your guys'advice.His violation is underage and borrow other's ID to club buy wine,my violation is 507.590(1)(a):Permitting misuse of license,we are all international students.So could you answer me about this situation,how serious is it,what's the probably punishment for us?From our tickets,it all sighed crime,and the court we need go is community court.
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Oregon
The school will write a letter that mention judge we are good students.
It looks very serious,I know some punishment about permitting misuse of a license.It's our first time,and he borrow my ID,I did not consider a lot at that time,do you think judge will reduce my punishment？
I got it,and what is the most important thing of this case,I mean how to judge my punishment? Depend on the situation at that time?Because in fact I left my ID in his home before few days and he did not give me back
so when we go Portland,I was buying some food,and before he going to the club he called me and said he will use ID try to go club and he already stand in line
at begin I did consider a lot then when I finish eating I try to stop him like text him and call him ,but he did not text me back(He already been caught)
then the officer found me and ask few questions ...
thank you very much，I hope I can find a good lawyer tmr.
If I did not find a good lawyer ,may I allowed to apply related the date of judge like wait for second court day?
and I should not sigh any paper without help of lawyer ,right?
Thank you ！
Sure anyway thank you again ：D
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