Providing alcoholic beverages to anyone under 21 is prohibited ($100+ fine and loss
of driver's license for 1 year).
Those under 21 are not permitted to possess alcohol in public places, including state
highways or in and around schools ($150 fine).
It is illegal to possess false identification or use a fake I.D. to purchase (or attempt
to purchase) alcohol or to enter an establishment where alcohol is being served.
No public intoxication (at least 1 day in county jail and possible fine).
No BAC greater than or equal to 0.01% for drivers under 21 (loss of drivers license
for one year, vehicle may be impounded).
No BAC greater than or equal to 0.08% for drivers (1 year in County Jail up to 4 years
in State Prison, driver's license suspended or revoked, probation up to 5 years, fines
as high as $5000, attendance in treatment program may be required).
Causing injury or death from driving with BAC >0.08% (up to 4 years in State Prison
and fines up to $5000).
Gross vehicular manslaughter (4, 6, or 10 years in State Prison).
It is unlawful for anyone-driver or passenger-to possess an open container of alcohol
in an automobile. Possession of an open container of alcohol inside a car could lead
to $1,000 in fines and six months in jail.