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Woman cited for underage drinking at Minnesota concert

On Behalf of | Jun 27, 2018 | Firm News |

Many people attend concerts in Minnesota in order to relax and have a good time with friends and family. Unfortunately, a woman attending a recent concert has found herself in the glare of the national media. Reports indicate that she needed to be rescued before she was cited for underage drinking.

The incident happened at a music festival held in Minnesota in June. According to reports, her head became lodged in the oversized tailpipe of a truck. Firefighters were called to the scene as a a result.

To extricate the woman, rescue workers reportedly had to use a power saw. After her rescue, police say she was cited for underage drinking and was forced to leave the festival grounds. Many details regarding the incident are unclear, including the woman’s age, how her head became stuck and how her blood alcohol content was determined.

Unfortunately, a time that is meant to be fun and relaxing can quickly turn into a complicated legal situation for people who are underage. Accusations of underage drinking can create complications for many young people in Minnesota and across the country. Because of their relative lack of experience with the criminal justice system, many facing such accusations may be unaware of their legal options. Fortunately, there are professionals who have experience with such allegations who can ensure that their clients are able to make informed decisions about their cases. With such help, those charged often feel more confident as they make the choices that will ultimately have a potentially significant impact on their future.

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