Furnishing Alcohol to Minors

BYOB Not a Defense to Pennsylvania Furnishing Alcohol Charges

A Philadelphia area woman that had previously run to be the Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania was charged with Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor after allegedly throwing an underage drinking party for her daughter’s 17th birthday.  At the Preliminary Hearing, various teenage attendees testified that the woman hosted the party at her home and actively participated… view more

Party at Pennsylvania College Leads to Forty-Five Underage Drinking Citations

College campuses across Pennsylvania and across the United States are full of underage drinkers and underage drinking parties. While the partying activity is widespread, it is still illegal and not ignored by most police departments. In a recent York County, Pennsylvania incident, a few York College students decided to host a party and possibly make… view more

Police Get $40,000.00 Grant to Combat State College Furnishing Alcohol and Underage Drinking

With the University Park Campus of Penn State being located in State College, the State College police routinely deal with underage drinking parties. Underage drinking parties often lead to the issuance of citations for Underage Drinking and the filing of misdemeanor Furnishing Alcohol to Minors charges. The State College police recently received a two-year, $40,000 grant… view more