We don’t believe that a mistake made in one’s youth should haunt them for years into their future.
Under Pennsylvania law, in 2018, underage drinking or possession of alcohol resulted in a driver’s license suspension, commencing on the date a teen applies for a driver’s license, typically at age sixteen. However, the laws have changed and we stay on top of these repeals made by the Governor. Convictions of those sentences will still carry the standard penalties associated with any conviction, including a criminal record, a sentence of probation, in-home detention, or jail time, and payment of fines and costs. However, those offenses will no longer carry license suspensions that prevent a person from working, attending school, or supporting a family.
If you, or a son or daughter, have an underage drinking charge on their record, and are now twenty-one years old, we can help clear their record. Contact the Law Offices of Edwin L. Guyer to schedule an opportunity to meet with us today.