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  November 2014
UPDATES FROM THE FIELD
Effectiveness of Social Host and Fake Identification Laws on Reducing Underage Drinking Driver Fatal Crashes


The public generally assumes that the minimum legal drinking age of 21 (MLDA-21) legislation in the United States is embodied in a single law and therefore all States have the same law.
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INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO REDUCING UNDERAGE DRINKING IN STATES
State Liquor Agency will Look into How Teens in Deadly Crash Got Alcohol


The Colorado State Patrol confirmed to KRDO News Channel 13 that the Colorado Department of Revenue Division of Liquor Enforcement is now involved in the investigation into the crash that killed two Monument teenagers.
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INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO REDUCING UNDERAGE DRINKING IN STATES
"What Really Happened"
TABC Video


College students have been drinking alcohol for years, so when Jennifer's parents decide to let her have a pool party with a little alcohol they figured - what could go wrong? It was her 18th birthday, she was getting ready to start college, and her older, responsible brother was going to be home.
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UPDATES FROM THE FIELD
Use of Drugs and Alcohol Among Teens Declines Again


The rate of drug and alcohol use among American teens continues to decline, a new government study indicates.
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UDETC Webinars
A Judicial Conversation on Emerging Evidentiary Issues and Alcohol


Date: Thursday, November 13, 2014
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

Depending on the State's laws, underage drinking offenses may be referred to a number of courts including juvenile court, traffic court, criminal court, or family court, depending on the offense.
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LEGAL CASE
"Can You Accompany Someone When You Are Sleeping?"


On October 9, 2014, the Court of Appeals of Wisconsin, District IV rendered their opinion in the matter of City of Monroe v Koch, Wis: Court of Appeals.
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