Minor in Possession
In Michigan, a person under the age of 21 may not possess or consume alcohol, except under limited circumstances. The Minor in Possession charge has become a staple of college student life, but there are ways to fight an MIP charge and options to keep an MIP charge off your record.
ArborYpsi Law has successfully handled MIPs from Ann Arbor to East Lansing to Rochester Hills, so we understand the process and the law.
MIP penalties include probation, fines, educational classes, and jail time in certain situations. An MIP charge can be brought under state law or local law, so there may be differences in the law based on how and where the minor is charged.
Contact ArborYpsi Law at 734.883.9584 or at email@example.com to speak with attorney Sam Bernstein.