When servers or sellers break state, county, or municipal

When servers or sellers break state, county, or municipal alcohol laws when serving or selling alcohol, the server or seller

  • is not liable; the establishment's owner will be held criminally liable.
  • may be fined, but cannot face criminal charges.
  • will not be fined, but the establishment could lose its liquor license.
  • could be placed on probation, fined, or given jail time.

1 Answers

  • Joan Culton
    8 days ago

    Answer-could be placed on probation, fined, or given jail time.

    Explanation-: Being held responsible for committing a crime. Servers can be held criminally liable for violating state, county, or municipal alcohol service laws, particularly for serving someone under 21 years of age or serving someone who is intoxicated.

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