MIP (Minor in Possession of Alcohol)

Don’t Lose Your License Because of a Minor in Possession of Alcohol Ticket

A first-time charge of Minor in Possession of Alcohol (MIP) or Underage Drinking is a class D misdemeanor in Missouri. Police officers can charge you with MIP if you are under age 21 and you do any of the following:

  • Purchase or attempt to purchase intoxicating liquor
  • Possess intoxicating liquor
  • Appear to be visibly intoxicated
  • Have a detectable blood alcohol content of more than .02 by weight

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