Again, it's a rhetorical request because your link says nothing about that. It has a lot of rules about selling alcohol to minors, underage consumption, possession etc. of alcohol, but nothing at all about minors 'entering establishments' that serve alcohol.
If this was a Monday night, bouncers don't check ID at the door. If it's before 10pm, at least on nights NOT St. Patrick's Day, they don't check ID. If you want to assert some law that makes it ILLEGAL, aka a crime, to enter a bar after 10pm, cite it. You can't do it.That's not correct. Bouncers are there to check to make sure people who enter are legally of age to enter the establishment. Yes he enforces the bars policy but also enforces the law - just as the bartender is responsible for making sure patrons are of age. Suggesting otherwise, especially in Johnsons case which was on St. Patricks Day, is an insult to the intelligence.
No, you've posted links that fail to prove anything. Hilarious.You're concepts assume one to be stupid to believe it. I am neither stupid nor do I see your posts as anything but opinion. I have posted facts, laws, verifiable. You have done nothing to rebut that but provide opinion which I of course reject.
Goodness - I say it's not illegal for ABC to stop Johnson, and you ask me to cite a law to prove it's illegal, which I just said it's not. What I said was there was no basis - he broke no law, wasn't being disruptive, was cordial at the bar, etc. They CAN LEGALLY stop a 93 year old grandma at 11am on Sunday morning in a wheelchair and interrogate her, I suppose, but there would be no BASIS for such an act. See the point? It's simple, really.Show me a law that says it's illegal. You cannot. Therefore your statement is not based in fact but fiction.
Your link is BS and you know it. If you want to prove me wrong, quote the relevant section of your link. It shouldn't take much effort..... I'll be waiting!You have failed to prove any of that. You've provided no breathalyzer data, you've been provided facts that show ABC DOES have the ability to stop and question someone, you have been provided facts that show Johnson illegally tried to enter an bar on St. Patricks Day without a parent or guardian which is against the law (link provided now twice) was turned away and ABC questioned him. The facts are the facts... you wish to promote and advocate fiction.
OK, here's how to properly support a claim. First is the link: Trinity Irish Pub Releases Statement on Wednesday's Incident - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and WeatherPost the verifiable law with a link that states that. I've seen you make a claim but nothing to support it.
And now I'll quote from that link the part that supports my assertion:
Policy =/= law.Because it serves alcohol to its patrons, Trinity is licensed and regulated by Virginia's Alcohol Beverage Control Board. In a college town, ensuring that underage patrons are not served alcohol is a priority. The management of Trinity have found it best to enact a strict 21 and over policy after 10pm during busy evenings for the establishment, generally Tuesday through Saturday evenings. Trinity believes this notably limits the possibility of underage students attempting to gain access to the restaurant. A 10pm timeframe is fair because it allows underage students to still dine at our restaurant for a late dinner. At 10pm, Trinity switches over to our late night food menu. Once 10pm comes, under no circumstances do we allow anyone under the age of 21 to enter the establishment. However, there are special circumstances, such as parties renting out the restaurant, when Trinity will allow underage patrons.
I just did - see the statement above!I on the other hand have provided laws and a link (see above) that contradicts your opinion about some fictional legal ability to be in an Irish Pub before 10 pm. Prove it. :