He was at a party that someone there called 911 and said there was underage drinking. This was the first time he ever drank-- and the last! Well, for a while. He signed a code of conduct for high school athletics and will have to sit out 20% of his baseball games.
Can you get out of it depends on the evidence. Since he is a juvenile he very well may get an informal adjustment, which is the juvenile version of a diversion and won't result in any true finding(juvenile of a conviction) which means it won't result in any juvenile history of true finding. You may want to consult an attorney to fully understand his options. Juvenile courts are usually fairly reasonable in matters like these.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
You will certainly need to retain local counsel to address this matter. Your counsel is going to want to evaluate two aspects of your son's situation: whether he would qualify for an informal resolution to this matter, and what the specific terms of your son's high school code of conduct are. Generally speaking, these types of offenses are usually not pursued aggressively; however, that will depend upon the specific circumstances of your son's case.