ABC License Violations

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ABC License Violation

With Identity theft and the false ID availability, the liquor industry retailers are facing many more challenges than they had in past. Numerous identity theft specialists, are selling false ID's to the underage, whose sole goal is to purchase spirits, without thinking of the negative ramifications of their actions; even though you are a business owner or operator, you are jeopardized by these children's acts, some of whom do and can look older than they are; thus you may be facing ABC license violation and criminal charges. A lot of times these irresponsible acts, by the users of false ID's may indirectly cause you to lose your license to operate your business.

Has a violation been reported on your ABC license? Is your operation in jeopardy? Is there threat of loose of your ABC license or suspension?

Some of the cases I resolved Successfully:

- Client was losing his license due to cashing food stamps without required authorizations, after prolonged meditations with authorities involved he was able to keep his licence.

- Client's clerk sold alcoholic beverage to undercover officer disguised as intoxicated customer, the store was facing criminal charges and loss of ABC license. With my help the license was kept, charges were minimized to very small fine.

Some ABC violations can be files as serious crime.

V C Section 14601:

No person shall drive a motor vehicle at any time when that person’s driving privilege is suspended or revoked for reckless driving in violation of Section 23103, 23104, or 23105.... (read more) Driving Offenses

Penal Code section 836

provides that a peace officer may arrest a person with a warrant or without a warrant when he has probable cause to believe a public offense was committed in his presence. In Mercer v. DMV (1991) 53 Cal.3d 753, the California Supreme Court held that the “presence” requirement in Penal Code section 836 applies to drunk driving misdemeanors and that proof of “driving” in the presence of the arresting officer requires *proof that the arresting officer witnessed volitional moment of the vehicle by the defendant.

Call me, Bill Paparian, I will defend you and protect the business that you worked so hard to establish. I have done so successfully in the past both before the Alcohol Beverage Control Board as well as before the local prosecuting agency.

I knows how to advise his clients in their best interest.