North Carolina Minor in Possession Lawyers
Underage Drinking · Drug Possession · Traffic Violations
Peer pressure in high school and college can lead students to experiment with drugs and alcohol in order to "fit in." This may lead to a criminal charge, hindering their ability to get into schools of higher education, or be hired for jobs. If you or your child faces criminal charges for underage drinking or another student offense, the attorneys at The Jones Law Firm will work to minimize the long-term consequences and protect your future.
North Carolina Minor in Possession Lawyer
Some common examples of student charges we defend include:
- Possession of marijuana
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Underage consumption of alcohol (also called underage drinking or minor in possession)
- Speeding in a school zone
Other offenses committed by high school and college students
Our Greenville student defense lawyer will sit down with you or your child and thoroughly explain the consequences of conviction. We will answer any questions you have and inform you of your legal options. If you contact us early, we can begin your defense and minimize the chances of more serious penalties.
Student Offense Expunction
Many first-time offenders can clear their name of the criminal charges if they remain in good behavior. When you hire The Jones Law Firm, we strive to expunge crimes off the record after a certain period of time. This blocks your criminal history from school officials and potential employers.
We represent students charged with crimes, including students of East Carolina University and Pitt Community College.
Are you a college student who has been charged with underage drinking? Was your high school student caught with marijuana? Contact us at The Jones Law Firm for a free initial consultation with experienced defense lawyer — and alumni of East Carolina University — Steven Jones.
Our firm accepts all major credit cards. We defend clients throughout North Carolina, including those in Greenville, Washington, Wilson, Rocky Mount and Greene County.