We represent people all the time for their second minor consumption or minor in possession of alcohol charge and they did not hire a lawyer for the first one – we would’ve been able to achieve a better outcome for them the first time around.
Minor in Possession or MIP laws in Arizona prohibit the purchase or presence of a minor in an establishment that sells alcohol. These laws are put in place to reduce the use of alcohol in teens and minors under the age of 21, to protect them and the public from harm. Barring a few exceptions, minors who try to purchase alcohol or enter an establishment that restricts minors due to its alcohol license, can be charged with an MIP and face misdemeanor charges and penalties.
Spring Break at Lake Havasu is undoubtedly some of the rowdiest partying you will experience these days. College students from ASU, U of A, NAU, and even more California schools flock to the lake each year to celebrate a week off of classes and the start of warmer weather. While Havasu makes for a great