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Father, son ejected from AZ Cardinals game


http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-corner/father-kicked-cardinals-game-having-son-hold-beer-135221084.html

Only one side of the story, but still ridiculous. I should have been ejected from tons of Saints games growing up.







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emoney
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re: Father, son ejected from AZ Cardinals game


Preseason sucks.





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Chad504boy
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bullshite, those dudes should be punched.





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SabiDojo
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re: Father, son ejected from AZ Cardinals game


That is just ridiculous.





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FalseProphet
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I'd bet that the side of the story that we aren't getting is that the 15 year old took a quick few sips while holding the beer.





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mylsuhat
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I bet the judge throws this out





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Chad504boy
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I'd bet that the side of the story that we aren't getting is that the 15 year old took a quick few sips while holding the beer.



i seriously doubt this particular father would be making a scene over it this much if that was the case.






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gjackx
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Preseason sucks.

okay, this made me






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bbap
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re: Father, son ejected from AZ Cardinals game


how old can you be to where its legal to drink with your parents?





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C
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re: Father, son ejected from AZ Cardinals game


Aren't parents allowed to serve alcohol to their kids in some states? going to google...





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Bama Bird
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re: Father, son ejected from AZ Cardinals game


Just another outdated alcohol law. In Alabama (and probably most other states), if you buy a six pack along with several other groceries in a store, a minor can't take it out of your buggy and put it on the conveyer belt. And I'm not talking like under 10, my cousin was 14 and they asked for his ID, made him put it back in the buggy, and made my Aunt get it. Probably very few places actually enforce that rule; it was at a small grocery store by their lakehouse (which if you're on a good lake, is in the backwoods)





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LL012697
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my cousin was 14 and they asked for his ID, made him put it back in the buggy, and made my Aunt get it.


That's ridiculous






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bags03
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These undercover cops should be more concerned with Cardinal fans fighting other Cardinal fans over how much they suck.





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C
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re: Father, son ejected from AZ Cardinals game


LINK

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As for the parental exception, approximately 30 states allow it. Here’s how it generally works:


A minor under the age of 21 can legally drink alcohol if given the drink by his or her parent (or legal guardian), and in the presence of his or her parent. For example, a minor can legally drink alcohol in a restaurant, as long as the child’s parent orders the drink, and gives the drink to the minor without leaving the presence of the minor. However, if the parent gets up and goes to the bathroom and the minor takes a sip of alcohol without the parent being present, then the parent can be in violation of the law.







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Chad504boy
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Just another outdated alcohol law. In Alabama (and probably most other states), if you buy a six pack along with several other groceries in a store, a minor can't take it out of your buggy and put it on the conveyer belt. And I'm not talking like under 10, my cousin was 14 and they asked for his ID, made him put it back in the buggy, and made my Aunt get it. Probably very few places actually enforce that rule; it was at a small grocery store by their lakehouse (which if you're on a good lake, is in the backwoods)


i've seen wally world enforcing this a few times.






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gjackx
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However, if the parent gets up and goes to the bathroom and the minor takes a sip of alcohol without the parent being present, then the parent can be in violation of the law.

"so, what are you in for?"

"my Dad went to the restroom. They came out of no where man!"

Well, I guess the parent would be the one that got in trouble, but still...



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tigerpimpbot
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"Providing alcohol to an underage person or an underage person in possession of alcohol is a Class 1 misdemeanor," Sgt. Wesley Kuhl of the Arizona Department of Liquor License and Control told USA Today. "The consequences could be up to, and this is a maximum, of two years in jail, $2,500 fine and three years probation."








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Bama Bird
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Parental exception on private, non-alcohol selling properties:

Alaska
Colorado (owner of property must be aware)
Connecticut (accompanied by parent, guardian, or 21 y/o spouse)
Delaware (with family members, and in their houses)
Georgia
Illinois (tasting permitted)
Iowa
Kansas (below 3.2% abv)
Louisiana (the law really reads like a free for all)
Maine
Maryland (adult buys for him/herself; allows minor to have some)
Massachusetts (Parent/Guardian; or 18 y/o in employment, which I presume to be military?)
Minnesota (In parent/guardian house, with their permission)
Mississippi (light wine/beer with parent/guardian presence)
Montana (alcoholic beverages of non-intoxicating quality)
Nebraska (in parent/guardian's house)
Nevada
New Jersey (not prohibited in private settings)
New Mexico
Ohio
Oklahoma (with parent/guardian; under 3.2% abv)
Oregon
South Carolina (student, 18 y/o, can taste)
Texas (allowed with parent/guardian)
Virginia
Washington
Wisconsin (with parent/guardian)
Wyoming (Private location, or with parent/guardian)






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tenfoe
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if you buy a six pack along with several other groceries in a store, a minor can't take it out of your buggy and put it on the conveyer belt


My 4-yr old is a fricking pro at putting beer on the conveyor at Albertson's.






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Bama Bird
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If you're in Louisiana, there are essentially no alcohol laws if you're with your parents





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