MIC in Arizona

Minor in Consumption or MIC in Arizona is strictly enforced and can have serious consequences for those found guilty of this crime. While it is a misdemeanor and not a felony charge, it can still stay on a person’s permanent record and affect many aspects of their lives. In addition, there are steep penalties attached to a MIC offense, including possible jail time, fines, community service and alcohol treatment classes. An MIC charge should not be taken lightly, as it can have long-term effects on you and your future aspirations.

Tempe underage drinking lawyer relieves stress of MIPs and MICs

ASU is Taking an Unjust Position on Underage Drinking Tempe police are cracking down hard on under age drinking and disruptive partying in the ASU area.  With the help of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and an $80,000 grant from the Governor, Tempe plan to send out patrol units to neighborhoods to find underage drinkers

Top ASU criminal defense attorney helps students of top ranked University

A recent list of the world’s top 100 universities included both Arizona State University and University of Arizona.  On the list released by The Center for World University Ranking, ASU ranked number 76th  in the world and U of A ranked 78th.  Even with the honor of being included in such a prestigious list, ASU students still

Minor in Possession, Minor in Consumption = Major Consequences

As a student at Arizona State University, many of you are in the middle of the time of your life.  Attending a well-respected university, getting involved in school activities, enjoying Spring Break time off by spending time with friends, and making new friends.  This time can be fun and exciting, but being caught by police

Lake Havasu Cops Prowl for Spring Breaker Offenders

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

Underage Drinking at ASU Dorms. Big Mistake to Not Hire a Lawyer!

My law firm has handled hundreds of underage drinking cases involving ASU students.  Aside from drinking at the Salt River, having clients caught drinking at ASU dorms is the most common scenario.  The general charges for underage drinking are Minor in Consumption of Alcohol (MIC) and Minor in Possession of Alcohol (MIP).  The difference is,

University Lakes – Minor in Consumption of Alcohol

My law firm is hired on a regular basis to represent people who have been charged with minor in possession or minor in consumption of alcohol and their case has been assigned to the University Lakes Justice Court in Chandler, Arizona.  The University Lakes Justice Court has jurisdiction over people who have been arrested on