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Underage drinking has serious penalties -- fight back!

Some people might think that giving underage people a sip of an alcoholic beverage is something that doesn't have much of an impact on that young person. That, however, isn't necessarily the case. Those who are under the legal drinking age can't have any alcohol in their system if they are going to operate a vehicle. This is because of the zero-tolerance laws.

We know that many people who haven't yet turned 21 might be curious about alcohol. When that curiosity leads to criminal charges, the underage drinker might feel a bit overwhelmed. The fact of the matter is that the penalties for underage drinking in Oklahoma can last longer than it takes for a young person to reach the legal drinking age.

If you are facing criminal charges because you were caught with alcohol in your system while driving, you are going to face an underage DUI charge. This means that you are facing time in jail, fines and a suspension of your driver's license. Those are some very harsh penalties for a crime that might seem innocent enough.

We know that you don't want a mistake to ruin the rest of your life. We can help you explore the options that you have for dealing with the criminal charges you now face. With fast action, we might be able to minimize the effects that the charges have on your life. You mustn't try to wait things out and hope they go away. Instead, you need to take steps to address the charges head-on as quickly as possible.

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