Mobile MIP – Minor in Possession
The Smith Law Firm defends Mobile, Alabama students accused of MIP charges.
Do not plead guilty or pay a fine to the City of Mobile, or State of Alabama, for a Minor in Possession (MIP) summons, citation, affidavit, ticket or arrest before you understand the consequences of being charged and convicted of this municipal misdemeanor.
If you pay the fine you are pleading guilty to a misdemeanor crime that will be on your public record.
This conviction for a small infraction may well be the cause for you to be unable to take advantage of beneficial or substantial opportunities for your educational or professional career in the future. Do not regret a hastily made decision today to dispose of this matter quickly or cheaply, only to determine later that the MIP conviction was the basis for the denial from an employer, academic admissions or professional board.
Simply stated, a guilty plea on your record can adversely effect your ability to get a job, college of choice, or membership to a professional guild.
In addition to protecting your public record, retaining The Smith Law Firm also provides the value and convenience of avoiding your personal appearances in the Municipal Court. You do not need to reschedule and delay your departure flight, or book a return trip to town in several weeks to resolve this court case yourself.
Please contact The Smith Law Firm for complete details on our driving under the influence monthly payment plans for legal defense.
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Do Not Put Your Future Opportunities at Risk. Contact Mobile, Alabama Minor in Possession Attorney Reginald W. Smith by completing the intake form on this website, or calling direct: 205-394-4252
Minor in Possession defense Attorney Reginald W. Smith has been helping young adult citizens from across Alabama since 1983 with legal representation services in Municipal Court.