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Yes, You Can Be Arrested For Bicycle DUI

Most people are not aware that you can be arrested for riding a bike while over the legal alcohol limit for driving. In fact: California Vehicle Code Section 21200.5 VC punishes a defendant for riding a bicycle under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Below our DUI attorneys explain how this law is enforced. What is Cycling…

4 Reasons A Prosecutor Might Drop Charges For A Minor In Possession of Alcohol
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4 Reasons A Prosecutor Might Drop Charges For A Minor In Possession of Alcohol

In this post I will explain 4 reasons that a prosecutor may decide to drop bp 25662 minor in possession charges. With only a few exceptions, minors in California are not permitted to possess alcohol in a public place. The offense of possessing alcohol while under the age of 21 is found under Business and Professions…

7 Things You Should Know About Selling Alcohol To A Minor

Furnishing or supplying alcohol to a minor, or anyone under the age of 21, is a misdemeanor offense in California under California Business & Professions Code 25658(a) BP1. How Does the Prosecutor Prove The Charge? This offense encompasses more than just unlawfully selling alcohol to underage individuals. The elements of the crime include: Selling, providing or giving away;…