In Michigan, it is a juvenile criminal offense for a person under the age of 21 to drink alcohol. It is also a crime for minors to consume or a have trace amounts of alcohol in their systems. Police have three mechanisms for enforcing Michigan’s Minor in Possession, or MIP, laws:
While drinking with friends at a fun party or even just to be cool seems harmless, MIP offenses have serious consequences for minors and their families:
Drinking alcohol with friends seems like fun; however, a MIP conviction has serious consequences for minors and their parents. If you have been accused of drinking while underage, then contact the juvenile criminal defense attorneys at Nickola Law. We understand the consequences of an MIP conviction and can advise you on the best way to address a MIP charge before a court. Please contact us today at 810-767-5420 to discuss your case.
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