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    Question: If a minor is caught with alcohol and the police officer writes down their name but does not take them to the police station, will this go on their record?

    Answer: The police officer has several choices in this case. Sometimes a warning is given and nothing else is done. Sometimes the name is put on a 'field card' which is used to keep track of people who frequently cause problems. The officer might also choose to write a report about the incident and then give the report to juvenile court. If through juvenile court some type of consequences are given for the offense, the record will show the consequences and will also show the person's level of cooperation.


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    On 02/26/04
    Sarah from KS said:
    What is the fine for a ticket for minor in consumption in Kansas? If you do not get a diversion for the ticket, how long (if it does) will it stay on your record?
    On 02/26/04
    Hannah from CO said:
    It doesn't matter what you blow. If you are a minor you aren't allowed to blow anything at all.
    On 02/24/04
    adam from TX said:
    I just got a MIP at a concert. Question: Did they give the place that gave me a beer at ticket for contribution to a minor? If that is true then that is unequal justice.
    On 02/23/04
    Kyle from MI said:
    Wow, with all those circumstances, your done. You assulted the officer? What were you thinking?!? Im gonna guess youll be sentanced to at least 3-6 months
    On 02/23/04
    Nate from MI said:
    ok.... sun. night i was pulled over by a cop i was in passenger seat driver was doing 10 over... 3 people in back seat 2 cases of 40'z in the hatch cop asked driver to step out of vehicle because his buddies vehicle didnt have registation or proof of insurance in it, so he steped out was told he was speeding addmitted to alchol in hatch opened it we got caught iwth it then another cop showed up and we all stepped out of vehicle this time we were questioned in from of the jeep about if we knew it or if we had been drinking for me i said no to both those questions.
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