Crimes Pertaining to People Under 21 Years of Age
Some crimes pertain specifically to people under the age of 21. It is crucial to retain representation that is familiar with the differences between the laws for under 21 years old and how to best defend against them. Our Georgia Criminal Defense Attorneys are confident and knowledgeable regarding crimes for people under 21 years of old. We understand the differences in being under 21 and over 21 years of age and know how to obtain the best possible result.
Georgia Crimes that Pertain to People Under the Age of 21
- Curfew violation in regards to permit
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
- Minor in Possession (MIP)
Penalty for A Conviction
Penalties for a conviction when less than 21 years of ago can range from a license suspension to jail time to fines. A Georgia Criminal Defense Attorney can try to negotiate a dismissal or reduction of the charges in exchange for community service, completion of a clinical evaluation or drug and alcohol classes. Furthermore, first time offenders may be able to work out a deal with the prosecutor where charges will be dropped after enrollment in a pretrial diversion program. There are lots of options a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Georgia can use to achieve a favorable outcome in your case.
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Lawson and Berry has over 50 combined years of experience in defense work so let their experience work for you today. They understand that crime does not follow regular working hours so their office is available nights, weekends, and holidays. Contact them today for a free case evaluation.