As a criminal defense attorney, I have represented people for literally every single type of conceivable charge. The most commons types of cases my law firm handles are DUI, possession of Fake ID, minor in consumption of alcohol, minor in possession of alcohol, public urination, and open container. These are all very serious charges that
College can be an exciting time in your life, a chance to explore your independence and meet new people while pursuing knowledge for your future. It also is a time when there are many temptations that could lead you down a path you did not intend to go. If you are a student at ASU
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.
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
If you are a student at ASU, it’s no secret how anxious both ASU and Tempe police are to catch students drinking underage. We have represented countless students who were caught drinking in the dorms. Many students think that once they are free from the dorms, they no longer have anything to worry about; unfortunately
Mill Avenue, in Tempe, Arizona, is one of the most popular places for ASU students to hang out. Unfortunately for many students, you have to be 21 to enjoy the bar scene on Mill. However, many underage students try to go out drinking on Mill with a fake ID anyways. Although they quickly learn that
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,
Ktar.com reported this morning that 25 people were arrested Sunday night at a West Valley Race Track for underage drinking and several others were arrested for DUI. Click here to view the article. As innocent as drinking in a controlled environment may seem, you must remember that in Arizona, it is against the law for
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