Underage DUI

If you are under the age of 21 and have been charged with a DUI, it is critical that you immediately work with an underage DUI lawyer to minimize the impact the offense could have on your future by working to avoid a conviction.

While a first-time DUI is only a misdemeanor charge, it has the potential to negatively affect employment and educational opportunities in the future and permanently appear on your criminal record, raising red flags for future employers and career opportunities.

Representation For Students Charged With A DUI Under 21 Years Of Age

At the law office of Thomas A. Camp, P.C., we are committed to protecting the future of students and underage individuals from the significant impact a DUI conviction can have. Anyone under the age of 21 driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .02 or higher can be charged with a DUI, and the consequences can be serious. This may include loss of license for a period of time, fines, community service and other consequences.

Mr. Camp is skilled at handling these matters and negotiating the most advantageous arrangement possible to resolve the matter.

We often work with students, resolving the matter around their class, work and break schedules. This includes arranging convenient court appearances, handling much of the work and navigating the process on the client's behalf, seeking to minimize any distractions to the student's education and impact to his or her future.

We will also handle any additional charges that may accompany the DUI, including underage possession of alcohol (UPA) cases sometimes referred to minor in possession (MIP) as well as traffic violations.

To learn more about how we can protect your interests and your future following an underage DUI charge, please contact our Athens law firm today at 706-621-6284 or toll free at 866-475-8658.