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Minor in Possession of Alcohol in Texas
Minor in Possession of Alcohol in Texas

When someone has been charged with Minor in Possession (MIP), it means the defendant is under the age of 21 and has been cited by a police officer for illegally possessing or controlling an alcoholic beverage. In our experience, minors are especially at risk of a MIP ...

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Blog posts in Alcohol

  • Can I Sue the Drunk Driver Who Hit Me?

    According to the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), “About every 20 minutes in Texas, someone is hurt or killed in a crash involving ...

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  • How Alcohol Affects Driving

    Most licensed drivers in Texas know it’s illegal to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08%, but what many people don’t know is that ...

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  • Penalties for Selling Alcohol to Minors in Texas

    Do you work in a bar, restaurant or night club? Or, do you work at a grocery store, convenience store, gas station, or other establishment that is ...

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  • Penalties for Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor in Texas

    In all 50 states, it’s illegal for individuals under the age of 21 to purchase alcohol. However, the alcohol-related laws and penalties vary from ...

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  • Possessing Alcohol in a Motor Vehicle in Texas

    It’s one thing to head on over to Fossil Creek Liquor, Legacy Liquor, or Total Wine & More and purchase your favorite alcoholic beverage, put it in ...

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  • Possessing an Alcoholic Beverage in a Motor Vehicle

    It is not uncommon for people to have open containers of alcohol in their vehicles. For example, someone might bring a bottle of wine over to their ...

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  • DWI for Minors in Texas

    In Texas, the offense of driving while intoxicated is covered under Section 49.04 of the Texas Penal Code. Under Sec. 49.04(a) it reads, “A person ...

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  • Can Texans Buy Booze at Walmart and Costco?

    In more than 30 U.S. states, residents can buy liquor at their local Walmarts and Costcos, but that’s not the case in the Lone Star State. But thanks ...

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  • What is the Open Container Law in Texas?

    It’s common knowledge that it’s illegal to drive under the influence of alcohol with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or above. However, in ...

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