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Misdemeanor Alcohol/Drug Violations

A conviction for a Class C misdemeanor alcohol or drug violation can result in serious long-term consequences. Even though the offence is punishable by a fine only, a conviction can result in damaging collateral consequences including driver's license suspension, job loss, ineligibility for student loans and disqualification from state vocational licensing.

If you have been charged with a Class C misdemeanor violation it is important to retain an experienced attorney to ensure that a conviction does not cause long-term damage to your livelihood and reputation. Call the Grace Law Office at (512) 891-8000 for a free initial consultation.

The Grace Law Office Represents clients accused of other Class C Misdemeanor violations:

  • Public intoxication
  • Open container violations
  • Minor DUI
  • Theft
  • Curfew violations
  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Possession of Marijuana
  • Fake ID's


Minor in Possession / Minor in Consumption
of Alcohol

Alcohol-related offenses involving minors can be especially serious. A first conviction for an alcohol-related offense will result in a fine up to $500 and a 30-day driver's license suspension. Repeat offenders are subject to a fine of up to $2000, 180 days in jail and a 180-day driver's license suspension.

You have legal options if you have been arrested or charged with a Class C misdemeanor offense. It is important to chose an experienced attorney familiar with the legal process. Call the Grace Law Office to discuss your options in a free initial consultation.