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Defending Underage Drinking Cases

PBT is a portable breath test used in underage drinking cases.  One of the most frequent crimes young college students may be charged with is the crime of Underage Drinking. This blog will discuss various ways of Defending Underage Drinking Cases. In the state of Pennsylvania, read about pbt's hereUnder age drinking is codified in Title 18 section 6308. The charge of Underage Drinking is specifically called: Purchase, consumption, possession or transportation of liquor or malt or brewed beverages. The statute specifically states that a person commits a summary offense if he is less than 21 years of age, attempts to purchase, purchases, consumes, possesses or knowingly and intentionally transports any liquor or malt or brewed beverages in the state of Pennsylvania.

Portable Breath Tests (PBT)

Portable Breath Tests (PBTS) are tests that the police use to allegedly measure the level of alcohol in an individual's system. The way Portable Breath Tests work is that an accused is asked to breath into a small handheld machine so that the machine can measure the amount of alcohol in the person's body. Typically PBTS are used by the police as a law enforcement tool in cases where the police suspect that an individual is under the influence of alcohol. This normally occurs in cases concerning allegations of Driving Under the Influence, DUI license suspensions Underage Drinking and perhaps Disorderly Conduct charges. If someone is being investigates for one of those crimes, they should expect to be asked by the police to submit to a PBT.

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