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You are not allowed to buy or consume alcohol unless you are 21 years of age or older.

If you are arrested for drinking and driving, the penalties are severe. You can be arrested for driving with a
blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or more, or while driving under the influence. BAC is the
percentage of alcohol in your blood, and is usually determined by a breath, blood, or urine test.

If a police officer asks you to take a test, you must do so. You can lose your driver license if you refuse to take
a BAC test. If you are found guilty of an alcohol violation and it is your first conviction, you will be fined from
$300 to $1000, plus court charges; you could be sentenced to 1 to 60 days in jail; and your license will be
suspended for six months.

For second and subsequent convictions, the penalties are much worse.

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