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The Cost of Supplying Alcohol to Minors

​As college students across Minnesota go back to school, those who are 21-years-old or who will turn 21 during the year, could be pressured into buying alcohol for their friends. Supplying alcohol 2.jpg
Supplying alcohol to a person under 21-years-old can result in up to a year in jail and up to a $3,000 fine.

Those who provide alcohol to a minor can also face civil liability in cases of injury, property damage or death.

A driver cited for underage drinking can face up to 90 days in jail and/or a $1,000 fine.

If an adult provides alcohol to an underage person who is killed or injured or kills or injures someone else, the alcohol supplier  they can be charged with a felony and face prison time.

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