In every college in America, there are students experimenting with drinking, dancing, and socializing in local establishments. And then there are those that are out in the town partying HARD. As Huntsville is a relatively small town with few bars, there are generally more than enough officers available to ensure the safety of our citizens. What that may mean for students is a very high risk of citation or arrest when there is any indication of disorderly conduct, public intoxication, minor in consumption/possession, and many more potential charges.
Now that the City of Huntsville has a begun “no refusal” program of streamlining warrants when a suspect declines a breathalyzer test, charges for driving under the influence or while intoxicated will likely be more common among SHSU students.
Come learn more at the SHSU Alcohol and Drug Summit on September 14th in the LSC. Student Legal Services will present Risks and Rights; How the Law Applies to ADAI Issues at 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.