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Q. 75. What other defense is available to a licensee accused of selling to minors?
A. A licensee accused of selling to minors has only three defenses:
No sale or serving of alcoholic beverages was made to the minor.
The person sold or served is in fact twenty-one years of age or older.
The person to whom the alcoholic beverage was sold or served furnished bona fide documentary evidence of majority and identity as described in Q.74. An example would be a motor vehicle operator's license or an identification card issued by the Armed Forces which the licensee in good faith carefully examined and reasonably relied upon as such evidence. (Section 25660)
Q. 76. May a minor be arrested for purchasing, consuming or possessing alcoholic beverages?
A. Yes. Any one of the above constitutes a misdemeanor. (Sections 25658 and 25662)
Q. 77. Is there any law against minors attempting to purchase alcoholic beverages?
A. Any person under the age of 21 years who attempts to purchase any alcoholic beverage from a licensee, or the licensee's agent or employee, is guilty of an infraction and shall be punished by a fine. (Section 25658.5)
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