A SERIOUS SITUATION FOR PARENTS AND THEIR CHILD
Although it’s a misdemeanor, a Minor in Possession conviction is a criminal offense that carries significant consequences. In fact, Michigan has one of the toughest MIP law in the country. Punishments can result in lengthy probation, fines, suspension of driver’s license, sometimes even jail.
Even more disturbing, a Michigan MIP conviction will be on a young person’s permanent record. This situation is more than just youthful indiscretion. An MIP conviction can adversely affect employment and educational opportunities for years into the future.
DO NOT KID AROUND. GET REPRESENTATION NOW.
Those charged with MIP will often plead guilty to the charge “just to get it over with.” This can be a very costly mistake. Remember: many prosecutors and judges make their reputations by recommending the harshest sentences possible, no matter the individual circumstances of the case.
At Rudoi Law, we know how to fight Minor in Possession charges. We will present the serious, aggressive defense you need. Our experience with the local legal environment can help us define a legal strategy that works best for you and your need for a fair and fast resolution.