1 Mark Goodner Program Attorney & Deputy Counsel TMCEC PUNISHMENT OF MINOR ALCOHOL OFFENSES
2 Juveniles and Alcohol in Municipal Courts In 2009, there were: 34,745 non-driving juvenile ABC cases filed in municipal courts alone. 2,852 DUI of Alcohol cases filed in municipal courts. Over 37,500 Juvenile Alcohol related cases under the ABC This doesn t include any Public Intoxication cases filed (which reside in the Penal Code)
3 Minors, not children? Codes use the terms child and minor to specify certain age groups The terms are not synonymous We must look to individual codes to gain an understanding of the terms and definitions
4 Alcoholic Beverage Code of the ABC defines a person who is under the age of 21 as being a minor.
5 Status Offenses Actions that are prohibited for minors because of their age.
6 Why have status offenses? The basis for status offenses is believed to stem from the legal theory of parens patriae Parens patriae is Latin for father of the people and refers to the public policy power of the state to act as a parent for children in need of protection
7 Public Policy of the ABC Sec This code is an exercise of the police power of the state for the protection of the welfare, health, peace, temperance, and safety of the people of the state. It shall be liberally construed to accomplish this purpose.
8 Juvenile Justice Code Purposes ( Family Code) To promote the concept of punishment for criminal acts To provide treatment, training, and rehabilitation To provide for the care, protection, and the wholesome, moral, mental, and physical development of children coming within its provisions
9 Why have status offenses? Paternal role: protecting the children Treatment, training, rehabilitation Protecting society, maintaining order Setting example for the future Conduct is sometimes seen as gateway conduct to more severe behavior These should be kept in mind when dealing with minors and alcohol offenses.
10 Minor Alcoholic Beverage Code Offenses Purchase of alcohol by a minor Attempt to purchase alcohol by a minor Consumption of alcohol by a minor Driving (or boating) under the influence of alcohol by a minor Possession of alcohol by a minor Misrepresentation of age by a minor All are found in the Chapter 106 of the Alcoholic Beverage Code Public Intoxication under the Penal Code (also punished under the ABC)
11 Purchase of Alcohol by a Minor ABC Minor commits an offense if the minor purchases an alcoholic beverage Exception No offense if the minor purchases under the immediate supervision of a peace officer engaged in enforcement of ABC Punishable by
12 Attempt to Purchase Alcohol by a Minor ABC Offense if with intent to commit an offense under , minor does an act amounting to more than mere preparation that tends but fails to effect the commission of the offense intended Punishable by
13 Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor ABC A minor commits an offense if he consumes an alcoholic beverage Affirmative Defense The alcoholic beverage was consumed in the visible presence of the minor s adult parent, guardian, or spouse. 3 rd offense not eligible for deferred disposition Punishable under
14 DUI/BUI ABC Offense for a minor to operate a motor vehicle in a public place, or a watercraft, while having any detectable amount of alcohol in system 3 rd offense not eligible for deferred disposition Punished under its own provision ( )
15 Possession of Alcohol by a Minor ABC Offense for a minor to possess an alcoholic beverage Exception- Minor may possess an alcoholic beverage: In the course of employment not prohibited by ABC; If in the visible presence of adult parent, guardian, spouse; OR Under the immediate supervision of a peace officer Punishable under
16 Misrepresentation of Age by a Minor ABC Offense for a minor to falsely state they are 21 or older or presents document indicating age 21 or older to a person engaged in selling or serving alcoholic beverages Punishable under
17 Public Intoxication, PC For a long time, Municipal and Justice Courts did not have jurisdiction over the Public Intoxication of Children! HB 558 Changed it all September 1, 2009 We did have jurisdiction of adult minors charged with DUI
18 Public Intoxication, PC Offense for a person to appear in a public place while intoxicated to the degree that they may endanger themselves or another Defense to prosecution: Alcohol or other substance was administered for therapeutic purposes and as a part of the person s professional medical treatment If committed by a person under 21, punishable under ABC
19 Public Intoxication of Children Children Charged with PI May NOT be released under Art , CCP May be released to child s parent, guardian, custodian, or other responsible adult under Art , CCP May be issued a citation upon release to parent, guardian, custodian, or other responsible adult under Art Punished under Section if committed by a minor
20 Penalties: ABC 1 st Conviction Class C misd. (max $500 fine) Mandatory alcohol awareness program Mandatory 8-12 hr alcohol-related community service DL suspension or denial 30 days; effective 11 th day after conviction
21 Penalties: ABC 2 nd Conviction Max $500 fine optional alcohol awareness program Mandatory hrs alcohol-related community service DL suspension or denial 60 days 3 rd conviction Enhanceable to include jail time DL suspension- 180 days
22 DUI Penalties: ABC 1 st Conviction Max $500 fine Mandatory alcohol awareness Mandatory hrs of alcohol-related community service Administrative DL suspension (court does not suspend)
23 DUI Penalties: ABC 2 nd Conviction Max $500 fine Optional alcohol awareness Mandatory 40 to 60 hours of alcohol-related community service Administrative DL suspension 3 rd Conviction Enhanceable to include jailtime
24 Alcohol Awareness Program Required on conviction or as a condition of deferred under for the following offenses: : Purchase of Alcohol by a Minor : Attempt to Purchase Alcohol by a Minor : Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor : Driving (or Boating) Under the Influence : Possession of Alcohol by a Minor : Misrepresentation of Age by a Minor PC Public Intoxication
25 Alcohol Awareness Program If completed Court may reduce fine to half the amount assessed Failure to complete Court can give another 90 days Court must order DPS to suspend or deny issuance of DL for up to 6 months (1 st ) or 1 year (2 nd ) Must be approved by the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (TCADA) Information about programs can be found at No known, TCADA approved online courses
26 Parents ABC Sect (d) Court may order parent to do any act or refrain from an act to increase likelihood that minor will complete alcohol awareness program after child fails to complete program
27 Alcohol-Related Community Service Must be related to education about or prevention of misuse of alcohol if programs are available in the community ( , ) If programs are not available in the community, court may order community service that it considers appropriate for rehabilitative purposes ( )
28 Driver License Suspension The court shall order DPS to suspend a license or permit (or deny issuance) 30 days, first offense 60 days, second offense 180 days, third offense Use DIC-15 form
29 Offenses Committed by Juveniles CCP On a finding by a municipal court that a child committed an offense that the court has jurisdiction of, the court has jurisdiction to enter an order: Referring child or parent for child welfare services Requiring child to attend a special program in the best interest of the child Requiring parent to do any act or refrain from any act that will increase the likelihood of compliance
30 Juvenile Contempt: CCP Court must provide notice of and conduct hearing before it may Refer child to juvenile court for delinquent conduct, OR Retain jurisdiction and hold child/person in contempt $500 max fine and/or DL suspension until full compliance
31 Statistics (18-22 year olds) Full Time College Students Alcohol Use in the Past Month: 63.7 % Binge drinking : 43.6% Heavy Use Rates: 17.2% Those Not Full Time Alcohol Use in the Past Month: 53.5% Binge drinking : 38.4% Heavy Use Rates: 12.9%
32 Statistics Underage alcohol use is more likely to kill young people than all illegal drugs combined Approximately 5,000 persons under age 21 die from alcohol-related injuries involving underage drinking each year Approximately 120,000 alcohol-related visits to the emergency department involving people under the age of 21
33 Statistics Compared with non-drinking classmates, teens who drink are more likely to: Die in a car crash Get pregnant Flunk school Be sexually assaulted Become an alcoholic later in life Take their own life through suicide
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