Three juveniles charged with M.I.C after graduation party

Three adults were charged with serving alcohol to minors and three juveniles were charged with minor in consumption after a graduation party last week in San Angelo.

According to the Texas Alcohol and Beverage Commission, one of the teens, all of them under the age of 16, had a blood alcohol limit twice the legal level.

The investigation began after the three teenagers were at a dance hall and they were all intoxicated. The dance hall was owned by one of the adults.

Two beer kegs and distilled liquor was found at the hall along with many high school students and parents. Three of the adults were related to the students, but the ones that were cited, were not. The adults that were charged turned themselves in.

If you or a loved one has been charged with a minor in consumption charge, contact the DallasĀ  juvenile defense lawyers of the law office of Mark T. Lassiter by calling (214) 845-7007 today.

Fort Worth teen to finish sentence in Texas prison

A judge has recently announced that a 17-year-old boy from Fort Worth will now carry out his 40-year sentence in a Texas prison.

The judge announced that the teen will be transferred to prison to finish his sentence instead of being released from the juvenileĀ  youth facility when he turns 19.

The teen is in jail for attacking a pizza delivery man with a baseball bat and plead guilty to aggravated robbery.

If you or your child has been charged as a youth offender in a criminal case, these charges can change their whole future. Contact the juvenile defense lawyers Dallas by callingĀ (214) 845-7007 today and discussing your legal options during this stressful time.

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