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Every year we represent numerous young people arrested at Hangout Fest in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Usually the charges are based upon alleged drug possession or DUI. Because most of the arrested persons are not from the Coastal Alabama area, the ordeal can become an especially difficult and stressful ordeal, for them and their families. However, because most of those arrested are young, and have not been in trouble with the law before, local authorities have instituted certain programs for Pre-Trial Intervention, or deferred prosecution. It is important to have legal representation that can quickly divert these cases from the general criminal dockets, and take advantage of these special programs. If you, or a family member is arrested under these circumstances, please call us 24/7 for a free legal consultation.



Spring Break 2017 will bring a new wave of arrests of young partiers in L.A. (Lower Alabama)

In 2016, crackdowns on Spring Break partying, by young people, in the Florida Panhandle, led to many choosing to flock to Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, in Baldwin County, Alabama, near the port city of Mobile. This year, local law enforcement officials have issued official warnings, in the local press, that young people engaging in underage drinking, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and general rowdiness, will face a zero tolerance policy. The area has long attempted to cultivate a “family friendly” atmosphere, and the local climate is no longer favorable for young people who come to the beautiful local beaches to cut loose.

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