Dallas Minor in Possession Lawyers

Under most circumstances, any individual under the age of 21 may not be in possession of any alcoholic beverage. As such, any underage individual may be charged as a minor in possession (MIP) for something as simple as holding an alcoholic drink. Since these charges may result in a number of serious consequences for any Dallas minor, the help of an experienced Dallas defense lawyer could be critical in fighting against unnecessary charges and penalties.

The Dallas minor in possession lawyers at the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter understand how troubling MIP charges can be for any person and, as such, we are committed to protecting our clients’ rights. If your child is facing MIP charges in Dallas, the potential consequences of a conviction can be frightening. With experienced Dallas legal advice, these charges may be reduced or altogether dropped.

Consequences of Minor in Possession Convictions

The consequences of an MIP conviction are likely to be more severe for individuals over 18 years of age, as an MIP conviction will likely remain on their permanent record. Aside from the potential long-term professional and academic consequences a conviction may have, the following, more immediate, consequences may result:

  • Fines ranging between $500-$2000
  • Possible jail time
  • Suspension of a driver’s license
  • Community service hours
  • Mandatory alcohol awareness class attendance
  • Probation

A Dallas minor in possession lawyer may be critical to protecting your child’s future from the very serious consequences of an MIP conviction.

Contact a Dallas Minor in Possession Lawyer Today

At the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter, our Dallas minor in possession lawyers know how MIP charges are likely to be prosecuted and, in turn, how to best defend against them. We understand how frightening these situations can be for any Dallas family and we will fight to protect your child’s future. To confidentially discuss the particulars of your situation with one of our Dallas lawyers today, please call (214) 845-7007.