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Here is a startling statistic, courtesy of Colorado lawmakers: A motorist under 21 years of age needs only register a .02 blood alcohol level to risk conviction for DUI. If your minor child has been stopped by police for underage drinking, while behind the wheel or associating with friends, he or she has rights that must be protected.
For quality legal representation in underage consumption and minor in possession (MIP) cases, come to the Law Offices of J.B. Katz, P.C. I have aggressively safeguarded the interests of children and teenagers in trouble and their parents for 20 years. I actively seek reductions and dismissals of charges, plea agreements to lesser charges and lighter alternative punishments such as participation in a diversion program. You can count on me for fast response and personal attention to your Breckenridge criminal defense case.
Helping Your Child Protect His Or Her Future
I carefully examine arrest procedures used in the underage consumption case for any sign that your child’s constitutional rights were violated. I question the validity of the results of all tests performed at the arrest scene for field sobriety, breath and blood. I represent your young driver’s interests at DMV hearings for minor in possession (MIP) matters and driver’s license suspension or revocation issues. I handle these cases for the out-of-state parents of students enrolled in Colorado colleges and universities. Expect effective, efficient, experienced defense strategies and total client commitment at the Law Offices of J.B. Katz, P.C. We work toward outcomes that you and your child can live with, learn from and build on.
Do Not Place Your Child’s Future At Risk. Call My Breckenridge Office Today.
Help your child to avoid the penalties that come with a minor DUI conviction. You can schedule a free consultation by calling or texting (970) 453-5533 or by sending me an email. I can help you explore the options that are available and build the strongest possible defense to protect your child.