Summary: A person commits Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor if he purchases an alcoholic beverage for or gives or makes available an alcoholic beverage to a minor with criminal negligence.See full Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code § 106.06
Due to the presence of Texas A&M University and Blinn College, the Brazos Valley boasts a student population of nearly 80,000. As young people sometimes do, many of these students find themselves in poor situations; situations that land them in trouble. Countless young people are charged with alcohol-related offenses every year in Aggieland, and have to face the sometimes surprisingly stiff consequences. A Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor charge can carry a potential penalty of one year in county jail and a four thousand dollar fine. Without experienced legal representation, a youthful mistake can turn into a serious problem. Don't let a Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor charge negatively affect your future. Contact our team of skilled criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of James & Reynolds today.
At the Law Office of James & Reynolds, our attorneys have a strong track record of successfully representing college students and other individuals against every one of these charges. We handle all alcohol-related crimes, from citations for underage drinking, all the way to drunk driving-related injuries and deaths. If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime relating to the possession, consumption, or sale of alcohol, contact one of our experienced criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of James & Reynolds.
At James, Reynolds, Spiegelhauer & Ask in Bryan, Texas, we provide criminal defense for clients throughout the Brazos Valley, including the cities of College Station, Austin, Houston, Conroe, Huntsville, and Brenham, and Brazos County, Grimes County, Robertson County, Madison County, Burleson County, Washington County, Walker County, Milam County, Leon County, and Lee County.