Michigan Police have been issuing Minor in Possession’s without performing a PBT test in party type situations, or at public concerts among others. While this is not the standard, this is still a valid means of citing you. The breathalyzer is merely a piece of evidence in the case, you can still be convicted without it. It is important to hire an attorney who can look for other ways to challenge the validity of the charge. Additionally, our attorneys can still meet with prosecutors and city attorneys who have been assigned to your case and negotiate a deal to reduce, modify, or dismiss the charges. If you have been cited for an MIP with or without a breathalyzer contact Garmo & Kiste, PLC today to avoid heavy fines, long terms of probation, and a criminal record.