It depends on the ID itself. If you present another’s true ID, with their permission, as your own, you risk a second degree misdemeanor. Penalties for such a crime can include a maximum jail sentence of up to 60 days and/or 6 months’ probation, and a $500.00 fine.[1] If you possess a forged (altered), counterfeit (falsely produced), or stolen ID, you risk a third degree felony. Penalties for these offenses can include a maximum of 5 years in prison and/or on probation, and a $5,000.00 fine.[2] Also, giving a fake ID to a law enforcement officer can be a crime, if the officer has detained you and actually runs the name you give him/her through a computer database.[3]

[1] § 322.32, Fla. Stat.

[2] § 322.212, Fla. Stat.

[3] § 901.36, Fla. Stat.