Minor in Possession is not the charge it was even a few years ago. However, the consequences for a conviction of this charge can have a lasting effect on a young person’s ability to drive, may affect their ability to participate in extracurricular activities at school and may even affect their ability to enter college or receive scholarships. If you are a minor or the parent of a minor that has been charged with either Minor in Possession (MIP) or Minor in Possession by Consumption (MIC), You should seek immediate legal advice from an attorney. Call Paul O’Rourke at The O’Rourke Law firm in O’Fallon today.

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