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Strategic Defense For College Students In Trouble With The Law

College students and young people can face lifelong consequences for one error in judgment. While the legal penalties associated with certain criminal charges may not seem to be very serious, a criminal conviction could limit your future professional and educational opportunities. If you, or your son or daughter, have been charged with any criminal offense, it is vital to have a lawyer on your side who can present the strongest possible defense.

Your whole life is ahead of you. Let’s keep it that way.

Our goal is to prevent criminal charges from ruining a young adult’s future. Call (864) 679-7777 to find out how we can help.

We Regularly Represent College Students In Upstate South Carolina

Based in Greenville, South Carolina, the legal team at Ryan Beasley Law, defends college students across the area, including students at Furman University, Greenville Technical College, Bob Jones University and other institutions.
We frequently speak to college students (or their parents) facing all types of criminal allegations, including:

  • Minor in possession
  • Simple possession of marijuana
  • DUI
  • Disorderly conduct
  • Public drunkenness

Helping You Take The Necessary Steps To Protect Your Future

Depending on the facts of your case, there might be programs that can help you minimize the consequences of a criminal charge. For instance, certain first-time drug offenders may qualify for a conditional discharge. Under a conditional discharge, if the defendant successfully completes a probation program, the charges can be dismissed. In addition, people accused of some types of alcohol-related offenses may qualify for an Alcohol Education Program (AEP). Under this program, people who qualify can complete community service, alcohol testing and classes to have the charges dismissed.

Contact Ryan Beasley Law

Call (864) 679-7777 or email our law firm to schedule a consultation.

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