Minor In Possession

If you are under the age of 21 and in possession of an alcoholic substance in San Diego County, you could get a ticket from the police. Also knows as MIP, minor in possession can be considered an infraction or a misdemeanor.

Before you tell your child to plead guilty and accept whatever punishment comes, it is important that you discuss the case with an experienced attorney. In San Diego, Scott C. Williams is a criminal defense attorney with more than 30 years of legal experience helping clients deal with charges like these that can impact your child's future.

Talk to Scott C. Williams today to get the help your child needs. Call 619-573-4952 or 866-675-3219 or send our office an email to schedule a free consultation.

Even A Seemingly Minor Charge Can Be Quite Serious

The consequences could be the suspension of your child's driver's license for one year's time, in addition to a large fine. In San Diego courts, when your child receives a ticket for MIP, he or she is most likely to go to traffic court, where there will be no one to represent him or her for free or negotiate his or her case.

Whether a college student, high school student or junior high student, getting a MIP can affect your child's criminal record even if he or she pays the fine and honors a license suspension. This could make it harder to get into the military or college.

Don't let your child's future be affected because he or she didn't choose to handle the situation properly. A mistake can end up derailing his or her future for years to come. Get a criminal defense lawyer on your side and be smart.

Talk To Scott Williams Today To Protect Your Child's Rights

Contact attorney Scott Williams today in San Diego for a free in-office appointment to discuss your child's case and what can be done to defend his or her rights. Call now at 619-573-4952 or 866-675-3219.