ASU is Taking an Unjust Position on Underage Drinking
Tempe police are cracking down hard on under age drinking and disruptive partying in the ASU area. With the help of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and an $80,000 grant from the Governor, Tempe plan to send out patrol units to neighborhoods to find underage drinkers at house parties before they get behind the wheel. Tempe Underage Drinking and loud music has always been a problem with many noise complaints coming in each weekend.
Preventing DUIs is the main goal, but the charges most likely to be given out during these patrols are Minor in Consumption and Minor in Possession of Alcohol. Students under the age of 21 need to understand the ramifications of an MIP and MIC. These charges are misdemeanors and will stay on their record forever. They can affect their status at school, current jobs, and future careers. Fines, license suspensions, and inconvenient court hearings also come hand in hand. Tempe Underage Drinking Lawyer Matthew Lopez will answer any and all of your questions, give you the one-on-one attention you deserve, and fight to get you the best possible outcome so you can move on with your life.
If you are charged with an MIC or MIP during this new task force, contact Scottsdale MIC attorney Matthew Lopez right away for a free case evaluation.