Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor Q&A

State College criminal defense lawyer Jason S. Dunkle tries to answer many questions that are routinely asked by clients in Furnishing Alcohol to Minors cases. Attorney Dunkle has experience in representing people charged with summary, misdemeanor and felony criminal charges. If you or someone your know has been charged with an Furnishing Alcohol to Minors offense or other criminal offenses, you should contact JD Law by email or by calling 814-954-1094 or 814-954-1094 and schedule a FREE CONSULTATION with an experienced State College criminal defense lawyer. Consultations can be handled over the phone or via a face-to-face meeting. Penn State students can easily walk to the JD Law Office as it is located in downtown State College and only minutes away from the University Park Campus of Penn State. You need to talk to someone that is looking to defense your rights and obtain the best possible resolution.

What penalties are associated with a conviction of Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor?

How can I be charged with Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor when none of the underage people were charged?

While I hosted the party, all of my underage friends brought their own alcohol, so how can I be charged with Furnishing Alcohol to Minors?

How can I be charged with Furnishing when I was just present at the party but it was hosted by my roommates?

How can the police prove that I knew that the underage person was not 21 years old and thereby prove me guilty of Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor?

How can I be charged with Furnishing Alcohol to Minors if the only witnesses were underage people that were drunk at the party?

How can I be charged with Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor when none of the underage people were charged?

If the underage person lied to me, told me he was over the age of 21, and provided me with a false identification card, how can I be charged with Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor?

Since I was charged because of a "Cops-In-Shops" program, can I proceed to trial and argue that I was entrapped?