If you are concerned that a conviction for Minor in Possession of Alcohol will hinder your ability to get into college, grad school, or your dream job then you need to call MIP Lawyer Aaron J. Boria (734) 453-7806.

MIP Lawyer in Michigan

Aaron J. Boria, PLLC, is a Michigan criminal defense law firm and has handled MIP’s all over. We are aggressive; we zealously fight for our clients and protect their future. We have successfully had numerous MIP charges dismissed. Having an MIP dismissed means that the person who was charged with the offense will never have to answer that they were ever convicted of a crime.

Minor in Possession of Alcohol Penalties

The penalties for a minor in possession of alcohol conviction can include random to daily alcohol testing, Etg testing, drug testing, community service, alcohol awareness classes, fines, and even jail time for subsequent offenses. All of these penalties are at the cost to her person convicted.

Getting an MIP Dismissed

Often, police violate the law when it comes to search and seizure of a person. If you were stopped illegally or forced to submit to a breath test it may be possible to have the breath alcohol evidence suppressed. If that evidence is suppressed your case will be dismissed.

There are also many deferral programs available. In cases where the police did their job correctly and obtained evidence legally it may still be possible to get your cases dismissed through a deferral. The ultimate result would still be no conviction on your record and no duty to disclose a conviction for the MIP.

Minor in Possession lawyer

Contact Minor in Possession lawyer, Aaron J. Boria today for a free consultation. We fight for our clients and we get results!