julianno77910 a écrit:salut , voilà ce que tu risques pour tes fausses cartes et si tu est pris avec de l'alcool : j'espere que tu comprend l'anglais.
si vous partez déjà dans cet esprit là vous êtes mal barrés aux USA.
fausse carte :
Persons under twenty-one who present or offer false evidence for purposes of obtaining or purchasing alcohol may be jailed for up to one year and fined $2,500. [235 ILCS 5/6-16]
alcool possédé par un mineur :
Possesion by Minor
Persons under twenty-one who possess alcohol on or in any street or public place may be jailed for up to one year and fined $2,500. [235 ILCS 5/6-16]
ou encore sa:
Punishments for MIP's vary greatly from state-to-state. Since alcohol enforcement (and the establishment of drinking ages) is the responsibility of the individual states, only local and state agencies can legally write a MIP citation. As such, each state levies its own fines and punishments for a MIP.
In some states, a simple first-time MIP without any other circumstances (such as driving or public intoxication) may only involve a fine of $100-500. Often fines are reduced or eliminated provided the person convicted completes a program such as alcohol education, probation, or community service. In some states, a fine is eliminated, supplemented or accompanied with a loss of the accused driver license for a period of time ranging from 30 days to 12 months. For example, violation of California's Business & Professions Code Section 25662, regarding persons under 21 in possession of alcohol, carries a punishment of $250 and a mandatory revocation of driving privileges for one year in accordance with Vehicle Code Section 13202.5.
Subsequent offenses or a person with a preexisting criminal record may frequently receive a full fine, or in some extreme cases, several days in jail. In many cases a third MIP may result in a loss of the accused driver's license until the age of 21.
In Washington State, the statutes impose that: providing to and possession of alcohol by minors (persons under 21) is a gross misdemeanor with a potential of $5,000 and a year in jail. RCW 66.44.270. a
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