Michigan MIP Court
MIP at Western Michigan University
If you are facing MIP charges in Kalamazoo, you need experienced legal counsel at your side. There are several different prosecuting officials in Kalamazoo and too often they do not treat their MIP cases the same. Attorney Raymond Purdy is a former prosecuting attorney for over 20 years and has been defending the rights of minors charged with consuming alcohol for many years.
William A. McNeil, Of Counsel for the firm, has been handling cases in Kalamazoo County for nearly 15 years and has represented hundreds of students from Western Michigan University. Most recently, he was involved in a case that was publicized for the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety executing on a warrant and drawing their service revolvers. All of the cases were dismissed by the City of Kalamazoo attorney before motions were to be heard in the matter.
Put this combined experience to work for you in Kalamazoo if you are facing MIP charges. If you are a student at Western Michigan University or you may have been visiting friends, you deserve to have counsel next to you when you appear in court.
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Large Parties Can Equal Large Mistakes by the Police
The law enforcement officers in Kalamazoo, whether it is KDPS in the City of Kalamazoo or the Western Michigan University police department, are busy professionals. Often times they are asked to investigate large parties and reports of noise ordinance violations. This can lead to mistakes on the part of the officers when trying to process multiple minors suspected of drinking. If you were involved in a large party scenario, you need to contact experienced counsel immediately to see if your rights were violated in any way.
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