Which of the following is a possible penalty for a 1st offense DUI by a minor?
A.) School detention
B.) Driver education course
C.) Mandatory curfew
D.) Alcohol awareness course
HINT: Penalty for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) of Alcohol – Minors: 1st offense, Class C misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $500, community service of 20 to 40 hours, and attendance in an alcohol awareness course is required. If the minor is under 18, the parent may be required to also attend the course. The minor’s license will be suspended (or privilege denied if not licensed) for 120 days. SOURCE: Texas Drivers Handbook
Which of the following is a possible penalty for a 1st offense DUI by a minor
A 1st offense DUI by a minor may result in a fine, community service, and/or imprisonment
In the United States, school detention is a punishment given to students who violate the school’s code of conduct. It usually takes the form of being required to report to the school office at a specific time, on a specific day, and stay for a specific period of time.
Driver education course
Driver education courses are available to help new drivers learn the rules of the road and how to operate a vehicle safely. These courses may be offered through a driving school, community college, or online.