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Protecting Your Rights After Alcohol-Related Criminal Charges

An alcohol offense conviction in Georgia can have serious consequences. For minors convicted of an alcohol-related offense, it can impact their academic career and job prospects. If you or your child faces alcohol-related criminal charges, you need to contact an experienced defense attorney as soon as possible.

With over 30 years of experience, clients in Clayton County and throughout the Atlanta area trust attorney Steven M. Frey to protect their rights in the face of criminal charges. He utilizes a client-centered approach to every case, ensuring that every client receives the personalized attention and tailored legal strategies they deserve.

Minor In Possession Of Alcohol Charges Can Ruin Your Future

In Georgia, there are numerous alcohol-related offenses that adults and minors can face, including driving under the influence and purchasing alcohol as a minor. Anyone under the age of 21 cannot consume, purchase or attempt to purchase alcohol. Violating this law can lead to criminal charges and harsh penalties.

Minors in possession of alcohol offenses include:

  • Providing alcohol to someone under 21 years of age
  • A minor possessing, purchasing or attempting to purchase alcohol
  • Misrepresenting your age or identity to purchase alcohol
  • Purchasing alcohol with the use of a fake ID

If you or your child are convicted of an alcohol-related crime in Georgia, you may face substantial criminal penalties, such as large fines, jail time, community service or probation. For minors in high school or starting college, alcohol-related offenses can harm their academic career, participation in sports teams and future job prospects.

Contact An Attorney Who Will Fight Tirelessly For You

If you face criminal charges, your best option is to contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer to help protect your rights and advocate for your freedom. Attorney Steven Frey has decades of experience building strong cases on behalf of his clients. He has a deep understanding of the legal process that he will use to fight for a favorable outcome in your case. Out of his Jonesboro office, he can help clients in Clayton County and the Atlanta metro area. To schedule a consultation, reach out to him online or call 770-676-1431.