Can a parent give their child alcohol?
In NSW, a person must not supply alcohol to a minor unless they are the parent or guardian. The maximum penalty for supplying liquor to a minor is $11,000, one year in jail, or both. But the defence against prosecution is proof the supply of alcohol was authorised by the child’s parent or guardian.
What happens if a kid drinks alcohol?
Alcohol can be a dangerous poison for children. Alcohol depresses the central nervous system and causes low blood glucose (sugar). Children who drink alcohol can have seizures and coma; they could even die.
When should I let my kid drink?
Children and young people are advised not to drink alcohol before the age of 18. Alcohol use during the teenage years is related to a wide range of health and social problems. However, if children do drink alcohol underage, it should not be until they are at least 15.
What happens if you get caught drinking under 21?
A person under 21 who attempts to purchase, consume, or possess alcohol will be fined up to $500 on the first offense and $1,000 for each subsequent offense. The minor’s driver’s license may also be suspended for up to 90 days for the first offense and up to one year for the second offense.
Can 10 year olds drink alcohol?
Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger.
Will a sip of beer hurt my baby?
“No amount of alcohol at any point during pregnancy is safe. Once you find out you’re pregnant, you should stop drinking immediately.
Is it OK for a 13 year old to drink alcohol?
And 89% of kids said that drinking alcohol at their age (9 to 13) was never OK. That shows that a lot of kids are pretty smart about the dangers of alcohol. They probably know that it’s risky for kids to drink alcohol because: It can make them sick (like making them throw up, pass out, or worse).