Right, the drinking age is 21. But you don't have to be 21 to enter a restaurant/pub, only to drink alcohol on the premises. And the policy of the bar in question is in fact to admit underage patrons at any time before 10pm, and after 10pm on Sunday and Monday nights. Hilarious that you can't admit the obvious here. I guess you're asserting they break the law every day by admitting underage patrons before 10pm? LOL.Already discussed and settled. Drinking age is 21. That's the law. You have provided nothing but an article - it's not only policy it's the law. Sorry you deny facts.
I'm not insulting your intelligence - I'm pointing out your assumption that he intended to drink is irrelevant. It's not a crime until he either 1) attempts to buy alcohol, or 2) drinks alcohol. Even IF he intended to, that isn't a crime.Again, don't insult my intelligence. Please.
That was the time stamp when the summons was signed and has zero relevance to anything. You've really floundering now.Yet the charges were at 4:14 am. That just doesn't jive with your 10pm policy BS, that has zero facts to support it. Again, I support you failing to prove your point - in fact it's very amusing at this point. I'm wondering how many times you'll double down on the failure. I suspect another day or two.
BTW, the statement from the bar owner puts the incident somewhere around 12:30am.
Trinity Irish Pub Releases Statement on Wednesday's Incident - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and Weather
See how easy it is to both provide a link AND quote the relevant section? You should try that with your link to drinking laws! It would clear up this misunderstanding.On or about 12:15am, he spoke with Fire Marshall officials as well as ABC agents who were positioned outside the restaurant and closer to the street on University Way.
Sometime shortly thereafter, Martese Johnson, who had been in the line described, stepped up to Mr. Badke and handed him his ID.