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Five Pennsylvania college students cited for underage drinking

In another community, five college students were recently cited for underage drinking. The college students were cited for underage drinking at a football game. One of the students that was cited was hospitalized and then released. Authorities are warning young people and their parents of the dangers of underage drinking and the potential penalties and consequences associated with it, which can be significant.

The possible penalties and consequences associated with underage drinking, including personal and those related to a young person's education and job opportunities, are potentially serious. As is true whenever any accused individual is accused of violating the law, it is important for them to be familiar with their criminal defense options and rights and the resources available to them through the criminal justice system.

The criminal justice system not only protects the accused individual's important constitutional rights, it also provides procedural protections and options to help minimize or eliminate the impact of the potential charges or citation the accused individual is facing. The specific criminal defense strategies utilized are unique to each set of circumstances but a strong defense strategy is important whenever an accused individual has been accused of violating the law.

Whenever a young person is facing criminal charges or citations, it is important for both them and their parents to be familiar with the repercussions of what they have been accused of but also how to protect themselves. Criminal defense options provide essential protection to preserve a young person's future when they have become involved with the criminal justice system.

Source: Doylestown Patch, "5 Cited For Underage Drinking At CB South Football Game, 1 Hospitalized: Police," Kara Seymour, Oct. 14, 2017

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