Marietta Minor in Possession Defense Lawyer
Georgia has extremely strict laws in place regarding minors in possession of alcohol. If a minor is found in possession of alcohol, even if they are not driving, they will still be arrested and charged, and could lose their license if later convicted. If a minor is found in possession of alcohol while driving, the penalties are even more serious. Any young person facing this charge should get help from a Cobb County DUI lawyer as quickly as possible. At the Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson, the legal team has over 20 years of experience assisting young people and others with DUI related charges.
Charged with Minor in Possession in Cobb County?
A conviction for a first minor in possession charge will result in a 120 day suspension of your driver's license. During this time, you will not be able to apply for a restricted license to help you get to work or school. This creates serious problems for those that need to drive to work, school or church, and have no means of alternative transportation. In this situation, you may be forced to rely on public transportation, friends, and family, which can be very frustrating and inconvenient. For those people who live in rural areas of Cobb County and don't have possible public transportation options, their predicament is much more serious.
Like any offense, the details of a minor in possession charge should be reviewed by an experienced lawyer who can competently determine what defense strategies can be applied to the case. If you are looking for a firm to handle your case, consider contacting the Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson. The firm is aggressive, creative and will fight to protect your rights with an intelligent and cohesive defense.
Contact a Cobb County Minor in Possession Defense Lawyer without delay.