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No ‘Vagueness’ Claim for False ID Case (access required)

A defendant who ordered from a private company an identification card that appeared to be a government-issued ID and identified him as a diplomat, and who used this ID for several years to identify himself to Transportation Security Administration officers and to Fairfax County court personnel, has his conviction of producing a false identification document ...