It is illegal to sell, give, furnish, send, or cause to be sent tobacco products , tobacco substitutes or tobacco paraphernalia to anyone under the age of 18.It is illegal to sell, give, furnish, send, or cause to be sent bidis to anyone, notwithstanding age.
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My 15 yr old told me that once he turns 16, he cannot date anyone under the age of 16, is this true?
Merely curious on that one, and if it is true, what would happen, and what if sex is involved? can the parnet send them to jail for it for or does something else happen?
The Petitioner(s) resides (reside) at _____________________________________________________________________________ [insert residential address] and has (have) lived at this address for ________ [insert length of time in months or years at this address]. Minor's Parents: The father of the minor is named ______________________________________________, and he resides at _____________________________________________________________________________ [insert residential address of father].
The mother of the minor is named ______________________________________________, and she resides at _____________________________________________________________________________ [insert residential address of mother]. Reason for Name Change: Petitioner(s) seeks (seek) to change said minor's name to ______________________________________________ and offers (offer) the following reason(s) for seeking to do so: _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________. Legal and Creditor Status: The minor does not have any outstanding judgments, has never been convicted of a crime, and is not involved in any pending legal actions. Additional Declarations: In addition to the foregoing statements, the Petitioner(s) further declares (declare): _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ [insert additional declarations, if any].
Notes: INTERNAL POSSESSION: Although Vermont does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, beginning on July 1, 2000, it has a statutory provision that makes it unlawful for a minor to, "consume malt or vinous beverages or spirituous liquors. Notes: Vermont previously had a law that made it a crime for a minor to "procure" alcoholic beverages. APIS does not include laws with such limitations in the Purchase policy topic. 7, § 658, an employee of a licensee or of a state-contracted liquor agency charged with underage furnishing may plead as an affirmative defense that the employee carefully viewed specified photographic identification, that an ordinary prudent person would believe the purchaser to be of legal age to make the purchase, and that the sale was made in good faith, based upon the reasonable belief that the purchaser was of legal age to purchase alcoholic beverages. The first provision amounts to a specific affirmative defense for state store employees and employees of retail licensees.
A violation of this subdivision may be prosecuted in a jurisdiction where the minor has consumed malt or vinous beverages or spirituous liquors, or in a jurisdiction where the indicators of consumption are observed." Vt. Beginning on July 1, 2000, however, Vermont only prohibits minors from procuring alcohol in connection with a false representation of age. Beer: 16 Wine: 16 Spirits: Not Specified Notes: Vermont statutes and regulations are silent regarding the minimum age of seller for distilled spirits sold for off-premises consumption, which occur only in state-controlled outlets. APIS has interpreted the "good faith" and "reasonable belief" requirement as providing the employee a defense for reasonable reliance on an apparently valid ID. The second provision applies to licensees and appears to provide them at least limited protection from prosecution, although the statutory language is unclear regarding how the provision is to be applied.
Purchase is NOT prohibited and there is no specific allowance for youth purchase for law enforcement purposes. tit.7, § 602 provides that selling or furnishing to a person exhibiting "a valid authorized form of identification," which means a valid photographic operator's license, enhanced driver's license, or valid photographic nondriver identification card issued by Vermont or another state or foreign jurisdiction, a United States military identification card, or a valid passport or passport card bearing the photograph and signature of the individual is prima facie evidence of the licensee's compliance with the law prohibiting the sale or furnishing of alcoholic beverages to minors.