Stagecoach arrests were up in 2014, as police arrested 177 people over the three days. 2013 saw 22 less Stagecoach arrests. A majority of the Stagecoach arrests were for alcohol related offenses. And of those alcohol related Stagecoach arrests, a majority were minors in possession of alcohol or fake IDs.
When a minor is arrested with a fake ID or alcohol, he or she is facing community service and fines. But most importantly, on top of having a misdemeanor conviction on their record, he or she is facing a loss of their driving privilege for a year. These are very serious crimes, though they seem almost commonplace activities among those 18-20 years old.
The good news is that the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache can help. Stephanie has helped numerous Stagecoach festival goers in similar situations. She knows how to best take your case to successful resolution so your hard earned future isn’t lost. Call today for a free consultation!