Boise ID Minor in Possession & Boise Underage Drinking
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Along with the fines, Boise probation, and up to one year in jail, if you are under the age of 18 and are arrested for Boise DUI or possession of Boise marijuana or other illegal drugs in Boise, you'll also be subject to automatic driver's license suspension - whether you were driving or not. This suspension can last one to five years
Boise Wise Laws offer the skill and dedication to obtain favorable results for clients facing Boise minor in possession (MIP) charges, as well as other alcohol and drug crimes. We use our extensive experience with the criminal justice system throughout America to protect our clients' rights and preserve their promising futures.
If you or a son or daughter faces Boise ID criminal charges for Boise teenage drinking, teenage driving or Boise drug crimes, call our offices 800-270-8184, or contact us online soon as possible.
Boise Minor in possession of alcohol and drugs
Most Boise Idaho juveniles and parents are not aware of Boise underage drinking laws and how they apply. In general, any minor can be arrested for Boise MIP whether they are in actual possession of alcohol or drugs, or not. Anything from the presence of alcohol or a controlled substance in their body, to exhibiting the signs of being under the influence or even being a situation where alcohol is present can result in Boise ID MIP charges. MIP (between the ages of 13 and 20) is a gross misdemeanor punishable by:
- A $5,000 fine
- Up to a year in Boise jail
- Loss of Boise Idaho driver's license for a year or until age 17 on a first offense, and for two years or until age 18 on a second offense
- Automatic suspension of Boise driving privileges for signing even a diversion agreement
A violation of underage drinking laws, a youthful indiscretion such as Boise ID drug possession or distribution or any arrest of a minor can also impact admission to college, qualifying for financial aid, or finding a job or place to live. Multiple offenses, or more serious charges such as Boise vehicular homicide involving alcohol can result in felony charges and even worse consequences such as lengthy prison terms.