Minor in Possession Lawyers (MIP)
How a Minor In Possession Charge Can Affect Your Future?
Minor in Possession and similar charges can have a significant impact on the accused party’s future. These include:
- Expensive monetary fines
- Jail-time of up to thirty days
- Academic disciplinary hearings, suspensions, and dismissals from the school or university involved
- Negative impact on college and graduate school admissions
- Loss of employment or employment opportunities
Our lawyers understand the feelings of anxiety and uncertainty that you could have with a MIP or similar charge. Furthermore, our commitment is to help you navigate the legal process and work for the best possible outcome in your case so that you can put it behind you and focus on the future.
So, If you or your child has been accused of possessing alcohol as a minor or providing alcohol to minors, our team can provide legal counsel and develop a plan to address the charges and work toward the best possible outcome in your case.
Call our Columbia SC Minor in Possession lawyers immediately after your arrest to set an appointment at (803) 888-2200. We need to begin defending your rights and evaluating your options with you as soon as possible.