14-Year-Old Charged with Underage DUI

A 14-year-old boy has been charged by police with driving under the influence of alcohol. His father, who was even more intoxicated, was riding in the passenger seat.

According to official reports, the boy was stopped by Wilkes-Barre police on Wednesday night after officers observed him driving erratically. In addition to charges of underage drinking, a BAC test returned a .106, which is above the legal limit of .08 for adults.

The boy’s father, Ramon Calva-Marin, 34, has been charged by police with child endangerment and corruption of minors. Calva-Marin’s blood-alcohol level was 0.26 percent – more than three times the legal limit.

Police released the boy to a family member and will later be facing prosecution for DUI and underage drinking in juvenile court.

Calva-Marin is due to appear in court on June 14th.

No matter where you are who you are, or even how old you are, driving while under the influence of alcohol is considered a crime. Anyone who gets behind the wheel after consuming alcohol can be arrested for DUI. If you’ve been arrested, time is of the essence.  If mistakes were made, or if there is a reason to cast doubt on a DUI case, a knowledgeable DUI defense attorney who knows how the law works is required to tell your side of the story.

Attorney Steven Kellis has worked both as a prosecutor and as a defender in DUI cases and can help you in your time of need.  He has over two decades of experience in the Pennsylvania court system. If you or a loved one is facing the charge of DUI, contact an experienced Pennsylvania underage DUI Lawyer today.  He can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can even come to you. Call today to schedule an appointment for a free consultation and legal analysis.