Minor in consumption (MIC) and minor in possession (MIP) are very similar; both misdemeanors and both involving minors and alcohol. While a MIC is used to limit consumption of alcohol by minors, a MIP focuses more on minors trying to enter establishments selling alcohol or stopping them from trying to buy alcohol. Both can lead to a misdemeanor charge that can stay on a person’s permanent record, as well as possible jail time, fines, and other penalties like suspension of driving privileges.
The Phoenix Open is a fun-filled event for spectators of all ages. From the 29th of January to the 04th of February, visitors to the Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale, Arizona, can enjoy watching top-level golf from the stars of the sport. There is plenty more by the way of entertainment with various events taking
Arizona Spring Training means more MIPs and MICs For baseball fans, another exciting season of ball games is about to begin. It all starts here with the Spring Training Cactus League. Our perfect spring weather is the reason so many baseball teams land in Arizona to practice for the upcoming season. Spring Training in the
Country Thunder is over but the memories will last a lifetime….and the consequences of underage drinking also have their own long lasting effects. Police were in full force at the country music festival that lasted several days in Florence, Arizona. The event, known for its wild parties and flowing alcohol, saw many of the younger
Now that the gorgeous Valley weather has arrived, students at area colleges will be excited to begin pool-party season. For some it will be a weekly event, hanging out with friends at someone’s house with a pool, maybe grilling some burgers and gulping on cold beers and icy daiquiris. The fun of drinking during the