Over the weekend, I was at a small party at Grand Valley University where I was visiting a friend. I had 4 mixed drinks but at this time I had not drink in over two hours. As we were leaving, 4 police officers banged on the door of the apartment and entered without being let in. My friend and I were right near the door and they took us outside instantly. They asked us how old we were, and we said we were not 21 and eventually gave them all of our identification. One officer waved his pen in front of me and told me to follow it with my eyes, and I followed it perfectly(which he admitted to me) and then proceeded to write out an MIP.The officers issued an MIP citation to both of us without giving us a breathalyzer test. I have never been in ANY trouble with the law, and honestly have never even spoken to a police officer in my life. I was terrified and crying the entire time. My question is this: Is there any way that I can fight this citation under the ground that he had no reasonable evidence that I was drunk besides my coerced admittance(He spoke with leading questions "You girls have been drinking right? so how much did you have?) I don't see how you can give an MIP without assurance that the individual actually consumed alcohol.
Also, can an MIP affect my insurance or driving record?
I appreciate any advice or suggestions you may have. I really don't know how to approach this situation and deal with it.