Yes but strictly with their parents permission
no, alcohol is for 21 and above. Parents can get in trouble too.
Idaho is a "no exceptions" state. So, no.
Nope. If you are under 21 you can't drink. Your parents could get in trouble with the law
It's the parents choice not the law what are they gonna do anyway it's on your own property .
No it is always illegal
You can if you don't get caught...hahaha
In NJ a minor is allowed to have a drink as ie; toasting, celebrations, etc. with his parents permission (and present) as long as the child does not overdo it and get drunk for that would be considered child abuse. Same in New York.
Yes, according to section 562.11 under the Florida Statutes, a parent/guardian may allow the minor to posses and or consume achoholic beverages with supervision.
No, it is not legal for a minor to drink alcohol even if their parents give them the alcohol, but some parents feel the odd bit of alcohol for teens from 16 up is better than them sneaking the alcohol. Generally no charges are laid against the parents if they give a bit of alcohol to their mid-teen son or daughter.
only if the minor has their parents permission
idk probally like wine or something but it depends on how old you are..like if you are 16 and older its probaly ok if ur parents say its ok
As long as the parents are okay with their daughter/son dating you
Yes, a person under the age of 21 can consume alcohol on a private residence as long as their parents give them permission and are present. "(3) Subsections (1) and (2)(a) of this section do not apply to liquor given or permitted to be given to a person under the age of twenty-one years by a parent or guardian and consumed in the presence of the parent or guardian. "
in the state of sc no it is not illegal in the home or while with parents. also its not illegal to drink if your over 18 its juts illegal to buy alcohol
At 17 with parents permission.
It is not illegal for a minor to consume alcohol, but it is illegal to sell alcohol to a minor. It is illegal for a minor to be supplied with alcohol unless it is by a parent or legal guardian and it is to be drunk at a private gathering. It is also illegal for a minor to have or to drink alcohol in a public place unless they are with a parent or legal guardian. The reason New Zealand law allows this drinking by minors, is that the parents or legal guardians are deemed to be responsible for the minors.
Yes, they can move out with permission. It does not relieve the parents of their responsibilities for the minor.
Well, I am from Georgia, and i always drank with my parents. And one day i even drank with my father's friend who was a police officer and Happened(!) to be on duty. and There was no tension between any of us. and i am only sixteen. So the answer to the question is HELL YES!
A person who takes in a minor with the parents' permission may face criminal charges. It is best to call the parents or the police if the minor refuses to leave.
You have to be 21 to drink.