Convenience Store Manager Sells Alcohol to Minor

No Conviction and Probation

Client, who was working as a manager at Walgreens, was charged with selling alcohol to a 19 year-old customer, during an alcohol compliance check. A 19 year-old confidential source entered into the Walgreens where our client had worked, and presented a six pack of Bud Light for purchase. Although, his ID was checked, our client did not enter the DOB (date of birth) into the register. After the completion of the transaction, he was issued a notice to appear in court for selling an alcoholic beverage to a person under the age of 21.

RESULT: The defense negotiated with the State attorney’s office, which resulted in our client not being convicted and no probation.

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