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December 5, 2013
by Admin

Minor In Possession Charges

Juvenile Crimes, MIP

MIP ChargesColumbia Police seem to be exceptional when it comes to handing out Minor In Possession (MIP) tickets. With Five Points and the Vista so close to campus and Gameday being such a scene for alcohol, police seem to bust someone every weekend. MIP charges are pretty common here in Columbia which makes retaining a juvenile crimes attorney imperative to protect your future.

Consequences of a MIP in Columbia, SC

If you are found guilty of a MIP charge, it could severely handicap your future in the following ways:

  • Result in the suspension or expulsion from your school;
  • Loss of scholarships;
  • Limit your educational and career options;
  • Permanent criminal record;
  • Jail time;
  • Community service; and/or
  • Monetary fines.

What Do I Do Now?

It is of the utmost importance for you to hire a criminal defense attorney who fight for your freedom and your future. We don’t want a stupid juvenile decision to affect the rest of your life. Please call us today.

December 5, 2013
by Admin

Students Go On Joyride With Schoolbus

Three SC Students Steal School Buses, Arrested for South Carolina Criminal Charges

Theft of a Motor VehicleThree male high school students in Laurens, SC were arrested after driving two school buses around a parking lot. All students lacked licenses and at least one was 14-years-old. Because they’re juvenile offenders, their names are being held from the press.

The buses were available because the school gates had been left unlocked and the buses had been left waiting to transport students. The keys to the buses were hidden, and the students apparently found them. The bus drivers failed to follow the school district’s policy of returning the keys at the end of each shift and will be disciplined.

The joyride lasted for about two hours, and the buses were returned scratched. These juveniles were caught on camera.


The students have been charged with the theft of a motor vehicle, but will be charged as minors (because this is their first offense). The school district will also take disciplinary action against the group. Luckily no one was hurt.

If This Sounds Like You

Please contact a criminal defense attorney if you’ve been charged with a juvenile crime to help protect your future.