Alcohol & Tobacco Violations

Alcohol Violations
For all alcohol related offenses, both juveniles and minors are required to appear in open court to enter their plea. However, minors will not automatically be scheduled for a court date. Minors must appear either in person or by mail to request their court date. Juveniles will be sent a parental summons for both the juvenile and the parent or legal guardian to appear.

Once seen by the judge, any or all of the following may be assessed:

  • Fine and court costs; and/or
  • Community Service hours; and/or
  • Alcohol Awareness class; and/or
  • Anger Management class; and/or
  • Any other reasonable condition.
Information regarding the Community Service and Alcohol Awareness classes will be provided during court. Failure to complete the judgment ordered by the judge will result in a suspension of the juvenile/minor's driver's license for a period of up to 180 days.

Tobacco Violations
For all tobacco related offenses, both minors and juveniles are required to appear in open court to enter their plea. However, minors will not automatically be scheduled for a court date. They must appear either in person or by mail to request their court date. Juveniles will be sent a parental summons for both the juvenile and the parent or legal guardian to appear.

Once seen by the judge, any or all of the following may be assessed:

  • Fine and court costs; and/or
  • Community Service hours; and/or
  • Tobacco Awareness class; and/or
  • Any other reasonable condition.
Information regarding the Community Service and Alcohol Awareness classes will be provided during court. Failure to complete the judgment ordered by the Judge will result in a suspension of the juvenile/minor's driver's license for a period of up to 180 days.