Social Host Law Liability in Massachusetts

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Under the state’s social host liability law an individual who provides liquor to a minor not their own children can face serious consequences. If convicted, the penalty is a fine up to $2,000, imprisonment for up to a year, or both. If faced with this crime it is important to engage an experienced criminal defense attorney early. David Newton, Esq. of the Newton Law Firm is a former prosecutor with years of experience that devotes his practice to helping those in need.

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