Minor in Possession (MIP) / Fake IDs
Minor in Possession (MIP) Attorney in Anderson
In South Carolina, it is illegal for a minor under the age of 21 to possess alcohol. If you are a student who has been charged with minor in possession (MIP), possession of a fake ID or another alcohol-related charge, a skilled lawyer can help you fight or reduce the charges.
Located in Anderson, South Carolina, The Allen and Allen Law Firm is committed to protecting the rights of individuals accused of crimes throughout Anderson County and the Upstate. Established in 1988 by Chuck Allen, our firm has a long-standing reputation for delivering high-quality legal services.
Clemson Fake ID Defense Attorney
Alcohol-related charges could have a serious impact on your future. You could be facing significant fines, jail time and loss of your driver’s license. Additionally, these charges will remain on your criminal record for years and could cause problems when you are applying for a job, school or a loan. The Allen and Allen Law Firm can defend you against the following charges:
- Minor in possession (MIP) of alcohol
- Possession of a fake ID
- Underage drinking
- Underage DUI
In order to be arrested for possession of alcohol, you must have had the ability to control the contraband. Just because you were in a vehicle or a home that contained alcohol does not necessarily mean that you are guilty of minor in possession (MIP). We can help you understand your legal rights and options.
We will evaluate the consequences of your arrest and ensure that your rights were upheld by law enforcement. The Allen and Allen Law Firm will work to have your charges dropped or reduced. If going to court is the best strategy for your case, you can rest assured that The Allen and Allen Law Firm will vigorously defend your rights in the courtroom.
To schedule a consultation with a minor in possession (MIP) attorney in Anderson, contact us online or call 864-226-6184.