MIP

Lansing & Metro Detroit Lawyer Handling Minor in Possession Cases

East Lansing city ordinance Sec. 26-53 states that no minor shall purchase or attempt to purchase, consume or attempt to consume, possess or attempt to have possession of an alcoholic liquor or have any bodily alcohol content.

The legal definition of "bodily alcohol content" is an alcohol content of greater than 0.02 grams per 100 ml of blood, 210 liters of breath, or 67 ml of urine.
Being charged with minor in possession, or MIP, does not make you a criminal or a bad individual. We have clients here on an everyday basis who are good people and have never been charged with a crime; nevertheless, they still find themselves being arrested or investigated for a criminal offense. Getting charged with a MIP under Sec. 26-53 is not the end of the earth; you have plenty of options and defenses to keep your good record clean.

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    “Justin and his staff were very professional and knowledgeable representing us winning our disability claim. He took time to explain the process and answer any questions we had.”

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Settlements & Verdicts

  • $1,775,000 Wrongful Death In Jail

    The client had swallowed windshield-wiper fluid but police reportedly thought he was drunk. Case settled in with one defendant and went to trial with the other

  • $550,000 Auto Accident

    The driver likely was not paying attention to the road as he ran a stop sign and failed to yield before crossing an intersection and crashed into a large tree. The client underwent 3 shoulder surgeries. The case settled at mediation.

  • $415,000 Auto accident
  • $328,494 Worker's Compensation
  • $300,000 Auto Accident

    The client was driving in a residential neighborhood when Defendant accelerated out of her driveway in reverse and collided with the client’s vehicle.

  • $300,000 Auto Accident

    The at-fault driver ran a stop sign and collided with a vehicle in which the client—who was pregnant with a 22-week old unborn child—was a passenger.

  • $255,000 Car Accident
  • $250,000 Auto Accident

    The client was a passenger in a single-vehicle rollover accident caused by an intoxicated driver. The client injured her neck requiring surgery but made a good recovery post-surgery.

  • $180,000 Workers' Compensation
  • $163,000 Workers' Compensation
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  • Recovered Millions of Dollars
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