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    Question: Is it legal for a campus police officer to give a 13 year old a breathalyzer without contacting a parent first?

    Answer: Yes, an officer can legally give a sobriety test to a 13 year old student without contacting a parent first. Most officers would contact parents first, but it is not a legal requirement.

    1 thru 5 of 21 comments    [ 1 ]  2   3   4   5    
    On 06/08/04
    dani from TX said:
    they can
    On 03/19/04
    Carlos from CA said:
    What state are you from? Police Officers cannot search your if you say no there has to be a reason. For example they see alcohol, guns, weapons, drugs in plain view. Or they are arresting you and towing your car they can conduct an invantory search of your car. so what your saying is completley wrong at least in the State of CA
    On 11/26/03
    Nick from Othe said:
    I'm also a Canadian, one major difference from the states and Canada is that the same laws are not constant between provinces, however in Alberta, you are not ever legally required to take a breathalyzer test, but there are few reasons that would stand up in court as a reason not to. At a prom or school function, schools can turn away anybody at the door they so choose, brethalyser or not.
    On 11/24/03
    Carrie from WI said:
    Wow are you off. Police Officers have every right to search you and your vehicle. If you get pulled over and they request to search your car, and you say,"no" they can simply take you in on grounds of suspicion and then impound your vehicle OR request a search warrant. The law is there to protect people that are just like you, out to do a crime while trying to weasel their way out of the consequences.
    On 11/15/03
    Tim from MD said:
    First i took that quiz and i was tommy and i got all of the questions right but i never got my certificate and second cops can't force to take a breathalyzer with out ur parents permissions u have to be 18 and a sobriety test is a different. You could pass that test with having 6 beers as long as you have gum and they can't smell it on you. Just don't act scaried because they have to worry about a harresment suit from your parents if they are wrong about you drinking. Also watch out for entrapment because they will lie if they are campus police because they can't get in trouble for it. Just do
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