A Kansas University student accused of running a fake-ID outfit will stand trial, a Douglas County District Court judge ruled Wednesday.
Judge Michael Malone bound John Jay Pickard over for trial for dealing in false IDs.
The 20-year-old is accused of running the operation from April 1-18 at the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity.
Police say they traced a fake driver's license they confiscated from a Jayhawk Cafe patron to Pickard this spring.
Executing a search warrant, police seized ID manufacturing equipment and at least one dozen nearly completed fake driver's licenses.
Pickard's trial was scheduled for Nov. 22.
Meanwhile, Daniel Sailler, a 19-year-old KU student who faces the same charges, is scheduled for a plea hearing today in Malone's courtroom.
Police say Sailler dealt bogus IDs out of his room at the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
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