Thousands of Country Music Fans flocked to PNC Park from the tri state area to attend the
Jason Aldean Burn it Down Tour on July 26, 2014. Early reports confirm that the trash left behind by tailgating concert goers was dramatically decreased when compared to the trash left behind following the Luke Bryan Concert. Unfortunately, not all concert goers obeyed the law at the Burn it Down Tour.
Although few citations or arrests for reported for disorderly conduct,
fake id or
public intoxication, Pittsburgh Police reported issued a
whopping 56 citations for
Underage Drinking to underage drinkers. The ages of most recipients of the
Underage Drinking Citation ranged between 16-19 years old.
The recipients of the citations have a few options:
- Choose to mail in a fine, plead guilty and have the conviction on your criminal record;
- Represent themselves and hope for leniency from the Court to avoid a convictions and possible jail time;
- Ignore the citation and have a bench warrant issued for your arrest;
- Have a Pittsburgh Criminal Defense Attorney represent your interest, negotiate with the government and fight for a dismissal of the citation while protecting your criminal record;
Underage Drinking Citations are non-traffic citations and must be taken seriously. With many of the concert fans coming from neighboring states, some potential recipients of
underage drinking will have the citation mailed to their home address in the upcoming weeks and be
summoned to Pittsburgh for upcoming court dates.
If you or a loved one were cited for Underage Drinking, Public Intoxication, Disorderly Conduct or any other crime while attending the Jason Aldean Concert, contact our firm immediately for aggressive and experienced defense.
Attorney Frank Walker of Frank Walker Law is a National Top 100
Criminal Defense Lawyer and
Personal Injury Attorney with offices in
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and
Morgantown West Virginia.
If you or someone you love are facing criminal charges or seriously injured in an accident, contact Attorney Frank Walker immediately at 412-315-7441,
24 hours a day, 7 days a week for aggressive and experienced Criminal Defense or Representation in a Civil Case.