Minor In Possession Ann Arbor Michigan
If you are facing Minor In Possession (MIP) charges in Ann Arbor Michigan contact Michigan criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria (734) 453-7806.
MIP lawyer, Boria has successfully obtained multiple dismissals on Minor In Possession charges in the Ann Arbor court system as well as courts all over the state.
Ann Arbor District Court
If you have been charged with a crime in the City of Ann Arbor your case will be heard at the 15th District Court on East Huron in Ann Arbor.
One of three judges will preside over your case: The Honorable Elizabeth Hines, the Honorable Christopher Easthope, or the Honorable Joseph F. Burke. It is possible that a magistrate will handle your matter for arraignment purposes but they do not have to.
The Arraignment is the first court hearing you will have. At the arraignment the magistrate or judge will set a bond, which is a promise to return to the court.
Sometimes you have to post money, other times you do not post any money but would owe it if you do not show later. The bond can also include conditions such as drug or alcohol testing or an order not to be in any bars.
The next court hearing will be your pretrial.
Minor in Possession Lawyer
If you have been charged with Minor In Possession you are facing criminal charges. If convicted it will go on your record permanently.
In many cases your lawyer can challenge the arrest. If the police did not have a reason to some in contact with you there is a chance that your case could be dismissed. It is also possible that your case could be dismissed if police did not properly obtain evidence that you had been drinking. If police forced you to take a PBT with out consent your case could be dismissed.
MIP lawyer, Aaron J. Boria has also obtained dismissals in cases where the police did their job properly, so even if you think you are guilty we may still be able to obtain a dismissal for you.
For more information about criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria click here for his Bio.