Alcohol Offenses and Student Code of Conduct Violations

Whether it’s underage drinking, public intoxication, or violating university policies, these offenses can result in disciplinary actions from both law enforcement and academic institutions.

Arizona law prohibits the consumption of alcohol by individuals under the age of 21, with penalties including fines, community service, and mandatory alcohol education programs. Additionally, the University of Arizona possesses their own student code of conduct that outlines prohibited behaviors related to alcohol use, such as underage drinking, public intoxication, or providing alcohol to minors.

At Spector Law, we have represented numerous university students charged in such matters. We help them navigate the complexities of both criminal and university disciplinary proceedings, including providing representation on behalf of the student before various school boards and the University of Arizona Dean of Students. We protect our clients’ rights and minimize the potential consequences of these offenses, including academic sanctions or expulsion. 

If you are a student or your child is facing alcohol violations or student code of conduct offenses, contact us today for a confidential consultation to discuss your case and learn how we can help you defend your rights and future.

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