underage possession

Topics: Alcoholic beverage, Driving under the influence, Alcohol law Pages: 3 (922 words) Published: March 30, 2014
          Underage possession of alcohol is a serious crime that affects many people. Being intoxicated usually leads to doing stupid things, like vandalism or crashing a car etc. When I was charged with underage drinking it not only affected me, it also affected my parents and how they trust me, it affected the arresting police officers because they had to fill out paperwork, and my actions negatively affected the family of the Christmas ornament. I’m sorry for my actions of vandalism as well as the consumption of alcohol and I have learned from my mistakes.

          When I interviewed my parents about how underage drinking has affected them they said the number one concern when kids drink is safety, either for us or other people. Bad decisions tend to be made while under the influence that’s why my parents worry so much about me drinking. My drinking charge has negatively affected the trust between my parents and I, my parents are stricter now to make sure I am not breaking the law and that I’m remaining safe. My parents feel that I am more likely to do impulsive things when I’m under the influence of alcohol so that causes them to worry whether I’m safe or I’m making good decisions. I am very sorry to make my parents worry about my safety, but this is my fault because I chose to drink.           Drinking alcohol can also affect my school work and grades that’s why I interviewed my teacher about the affects of students drinking alcohol and their school work. According to my teacher alcohol can seriously affect a student’s work ethic, which can lead to skipping school, or failing test. Some students rely on alcohol so much that they will drink in school, forget to study, or get in trouble at parties; which are all very harmful to a student’s academic career. In the teenage years of a person their brain is still developing, in this development stage it is important for the teen to pay attention in school and remain focused, alcohol can damage a teenagers...
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