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Yesterday was my first Friday of college. I am 18, and I had one beer at 9:00 PM in my dorm room before going out. Around 1:00 AM my friends and I, sober, decided to drive to Waffle House. As we left campus, we came to a police block testing for DUIs. There were two people sitting in the front seat, so naturally they stopped us and started performing tests on our driver (who was 22 and sober). The police asked if anyone was underage and had been drinking, and four of us were and admitted to it, though none of us had had anything to drink after 9:00 PM. I asked the officer if he would do a breathalyzer test, and he said if he did, I would still register for alcohol. They did not read us our Miranda rights and later told us everything was recorded. We were charged with underage consumption.
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