Monmouth County Supplying Alcohol to Minors Lawyer 2017-04-28T12:32:47+00:00

Monmouth County Supplying Alcohol to Minors Lawyer

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Furnishing or supplying alcohol to a minor, or anyone under the age of 21, is an offense in New Jersey. It is an offense that is commonly charged against liquor stores, bars or restaurants that fail to confirm the age of a person or persons before selling them alcoholic beverages. This offense encompasses more than just unlawfully selling alcohol to underage individuals.

You do not have to be a business owner where alcoholic beverages are sold to be charged and convicted of this offense. Anyone who is an adult and buys alcohol and then furnishes sells or gives it to a minor is culpable as well.

Bars and nightclubs are encouraged to contact law enforcement when an underage individual attempt to buy alcohol by displaying an altered or counterfeit identification card, usually a driver’s license.

Businesses that sell alcohol to minors face stiff fines and suspension of their liquor license for such offenses and risk loss of their license if they are convicted of too many offenses.

Monmouth County Supplying Alcohol to Minors Lawyer

If you have been arrested and have a past conviction in New Jersey, Contact IMGoldman Legal Group Monmouth County, NJ Criminal Lawyer for advice and representation from a knowledgeable and experienced Red Bank, NJ criminal defense attorney.