Teenage Drivers in Georgia
As a father, Mickey Roberts knows the harmful effects a criminal conviction can have on a young person’s future. The fact is that young people under the age of 21 are treated differently than those people above age 21. There are numerous penalties associated with criminal convictions that await a person under 21, including driver’s license suspension, jail time, loss of Hope Scholarships, and possible loss of athletic and academic scholarships. Future employment opportunities can also end with one foolish decision.
Mickey Roberts has over 34 years of experience representing people under the age of 21 in various criminal cases. He is fully aware of the need to do everything to keep your criminal history clean and from the view of potential colleges or employers. He can aggressively represent you in the following:
- Minor in possession of alcohol
- Drug possession
- Public Intoxication
- Speeding and other traffic cases
- Other major criminal charges
Don’t let one bad decision ruin your life. Now is the time to hire an expert who can help.