Waco Minor in Possession MIP Lawyer

Minors, persons less than 21 years of age, face a “zero tolerance” policy that exposes persons possessing or consuming alcohol to criminal penalties and blemishes on the permanent record. If the minor can receive deferred adjudication probation and successfully complete the requirements, then an experienced attorney can help one expunge (erase) that record. Multiple or repeat offenses lead to driver license suspensions.

MIP citations are issued where a law enforcement officer can show that a minor attempts to purchase, touch, hold, transport, or consume alcohol.

Frequently Asked Questions about Waco Criminal Justice

You probably have a lot of questions about the criminal law process, that’s why we have assembled some of the most common questions about criminal law so that you can read them while you wait on your appointment with a criminal defense lawyer.

McLennan County Minor in Possession MIP Attorney

Since 1925, our law firm has helped families in Central Texas when it comes to their most important matters. Let us help your family too. We have the experience, results, and service to get the job done.

A local MIP attorney can help you with vital information about the local judge, jury and prosecutors. We have that local understanding. If you need an aggressive MIP defense attorney in Waco, call us at 254-753-6437.

Contact an MIP attorney in Waco at 254-753-6437.