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Rough Start to 2019? How Kitchin Law Can Help With MIPs

Coming off the holiday season doesn’t always bring a “new year, new you” kind of beginning. New Year’s Eve plans and parties are known to not always live up to the hype or deliver on what was expected, especially for minors. If you’ve been charged with minor in possession, it’s important to know what next steps to take and how to get the right legal backing to build your case.

At Kitchin Law Firm, we understand that starting off the year with MIP charges isn’t what you planned for. This can bring a lot of uncertainty, guilt, shame or fear about your future. You may even feel alone at times. With more than 25 years of experience, you can rest assured that our attorney knows what it takes to fight for the protection of your rights, your record and your future.

Contact Kitchin Law Firm and find out how we can help you put the best foot forward for 2019.


How to Handle MIP Charges

Handling MIP charges isn’t necessarily a walk in the park. It can be an overwhelming process if you’re not sure where to start or how to move forward in the right direction for your future.

Parents’ quick tip: find more information for what to do when your child get’s an MIP here.


Steps for Handling an MIP

Step 1: Learn about the consequences. With legal trouble, comes legal consequences. It’s important to know about the possible outcomes and what action steps need to be taken to try and lessen those consequences. Having an experienced lawyer at your defense can help reduce unwanted repercussions like having your license revoked or an MIP conviction on your record.

Step 2: Seek legal representation. Nobody is required to have legal representation if they choose to fight their MIP charge. However, considering the weight of the implications that come with MIPs, many people choose to hire a criminal defense attorney to help keep their record clean. A strong attorney can help you avoid potential setbacks that have to do with securing a job, enrolling into a college or university, being a part of school activities or renting a house or apartment.

Check out the Ultimate MIP Guide for Students to learn about MIP laws in Kansas and Missouri.


Kitchin Law Firm Can Fight Your MIP Charge

MIP charges don’t get to have the last word.

At Kitchin Law Firm, the last thing we want to see is a young person discouraged or defeated by an MIP conviction. We care about you and where you’re going. As your criminal defense attorney, we will do what it takes to fight for your rights, your driving record and help get things back on track for your future! Contact Kitchin Law Firm today to schedule a free consultation!

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