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Applicable Legal Sanctions

The following information concerns the criminal penalties that can be imposed by State or Federal statute for violations related to alcohol or illegal drug possession, use or distribution.

All students are reminded that conviction under state and federal laws that prohibit alcohol-related and drug-related conduct can result in fines, confiscation of automobiles and other property, and imprisonment.  In addition, licenses to practice in certain professions may be revoked, and many employment opportunities may be barred.

It is impractical to list all the alcohol and drug-related state and federal crimes and penalties, but all persons should be aware that in Indiana any person under 21 who possesses an alcoholic beverage, and any person who provides alcohol to such person, is at risk of arrest.  A person convicted of driving while intoxicated may be punished by fine, be jailed and lose the license to drive an automobile.  Any selling of alcoholic beverages without a license is illegal.

Possession, or use, distribution, or manufacture, of controlled substances (drugs) illegally can result in arrest and conviction or a drug law violation and

  • fines up to $10,000 (Indiana)
  • fines up to $250,000 (Federal)
  • imprisonment up to life (Federal) and
  • confiscation of property

Under Indiana's Lifeline Law, people younger than 21 years-old who are under the influence of alcohol will not be prosecuted for crimes such as possession, intoxication, or consumption of alcohol if they call 911 for medical help for another person or in case of sexual assault and cooperate with police.

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