Apparently, San Antonio is a popular place for Spring Breakers to stop and buy their alcohol, which can mean a few liquor store owners may soon be searching for a bail bondsman in San Antonio. This year, the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission (TABC) is recruiting volunteers under 18 to see if more than 120 San Antonio liquor stores would sell to them, according to a report on FOX 29.
Bail Bondsman in San Antonio Cautions Retail Stores to Beware!
Adults and minors who give or sell alcohol to a minor is a class A misdemeanor punishable by a fine up to $4,000, confinement in jail for up to a year, or both, and can be held liable for damages caused by intoxication of a minor under 18.
The TABC offers retail stores a “Cops In Shops” operation, where they pose as customers or employees of an establishment and arrest minors as they attempt to purchase alcoholic beverages. The TABC agents will also share their expertise with the retailer’s employees to train them how to spot false or fake ID’s, the signs of intoxication, and the physical and behavioral characteristics of minors so that you and your employees will be less likely to sell to a minor accidentally.
If you or an employee is arrested, you must post bail to get out of jail to await trial if you want to plead innocent. This can be very costly, and you may want to get a bail bondsman in San Antonio to post your bail for you.
If you or an employee has been arrested for selling alcohol to minors, call McRae Bail Bonds 24 hours a day, and we will help you immediately. The good news is that you do not need to come into our office, call us at (210) 463-5561. We will immediately go to the jail to meet with the arrested person and notify you of the bail cost the moment the judge sets it in court. We’ll secure bail and get your co-worker, employee, or loved one out of jail fast.