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Underage drinking consequences can include criminal convictions

In our previous blog post, we discussed some of the effects of underage drinking. One of the effects that is possible is having to deal with the juvenile justice system or the criminal justice system, depending on your age. This can mean that you have to face penalties for your actions, which might include losing your driver's license or spending time behind bars.

Underage drinking has many possible consequences

Alcohol has some interesting effects on the human body. Delayed reaction times and lack of ability to determine risks are two that can affect a person who has consumed alcohol. The effects that alcohol has on a person seem to intensify in some people. For example, underage drinkers are likely to suffer from short-term and long-term consequences of their choice to consume alcohol.

What impacts do underage drinking charges have on people?

Underage drinking is a serious problem in the United States. Oklahoma isn't any exception to that fact. While many people might think that people who aren't 21 yet consuming alcohol isn't really a huge deal. That isn't the case. People who aren't of the legal drinking age who consume alcohol do face several consequences of their actions each time they choose to drink.

Underage DUI doesn't have to ruin your life

The legal age to consume alcohol in Oklahoma is 21 years old. When people under 21 consume alcohol, there is a chance that they will end up facing criminal charges, especially if they opt to drive after they have been drinking. That mistake can be something that greatly affects your immediate future and your long-term future.

Underage drinking has serious penalties -- fight back!

Some people might think that giving underage people a sip of an alcoholic beverage is something that doesn't have much of an impact on that young person. That, however, isn't necessarily the case. Those who are under the legal drinking age can't have any alcohol in their system if they are going to operate a vehicle. This is because of the zero-tolerance laws.

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