Feb. 15, 2013
-- Teenage alcohol and substance abuse is a serious problem for our society. As a personal injury attorney, Jon Abrahams has seen the terrible aftermath of drunk driving accidents with injuries or deaths. There are harsh penalties for teenagers who use alcohol or illegal substances. Many teens and their parents are unaware of the legal and other consequences for alcohol and substance abuse. Abrahams Law is dedicated to helping educate families about the legal issues they face when teens engage in destructive behaviors like substance abuse.
On Tuesday, March 12, 2013, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm, at the Gary M. Doyle Center located at 7275 Wing Lake Road, Bloomfield Hills, parents and teens are invited to join Attorney Jonathan Abrahams, Judge Kimberly Small, and Officer Pete Matejcik, who will present a panel discussion entitled “Your Teen & The Law: MIPs and Substance Abuse.” The panel as part of a Parent Education Program will discuss MIP (Minors in Possession) laws and when and why they are issued to teens. The discussion will include the ramifications for MIP offenses, such as the costs associated with them, as well as the, mental, emotional and social affects for the teens and family members. Not only will the panel discuss MIPs and the issued involved, they will also offer constructive suggestions on how to keep young adults out of trouble. They will be available to answer questions that parents or teens may have regarding their teens and the law. The admission is free and it is open to the public.
Mr. Abrahams is active in the community and often takes part in speaking engagements. This panel discussion is a community service and part of Building Better Families through Action (BBFA). The non-profit organization promotes healthy families through education and providing informative and useful tools and prevention of substance abuse and more.
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