Underage Offenses

Underage Offenses

In Arizona, underage offenses can result in serious consequences, such as fines, community service, and even imprisonment. Here are some key things to know about underage offenses in Arizona:

Minor in Possession: It is illegal for individuals under the age of 21 to possess alcohol in Arizona. If caught, you may face fines, community service, or even imprisonment. Additionally, your driver’s license may be suspended or revoked.

Underage DUI: If you are under the age of 21 and operate a vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .02 or higher, you may be charged with an underage DUI. Penalties may include fines, community service, license suspension, and even imprisonment.

Fake ID: Using a fake ID to purchase alcohol or gain entry to a bar or club is illegal in Arizona. If caught, you may face fines, community service, or even imprisonment.

School-Related Offenses: Certain offenses, such as drug possession, weapons offenses, or assault, may result in disciplinary action by your school in addition to criminal charges.

If you or your loved one is dealing with underage offenses in Arizona, don’t wait to take action. The consequences of these charges can have a lasting impact on your future. Our experienced attorneys are here to provide the skilled legal representation you need. With in-depth knowledge of Arizona’s legal system and a proven track record in defending underage clients, we will fight tirelessly to protect your rights, minimize the consequences, and guide you towards the best possible outcome. Don’t let a youthful mistake define your future—call us now at (888) 912-5617 to schedule a confidential consultation and let us start building your strong defense.