Under the Ohio Social Hosting Liability Law, a "social host" is an individual or business who serves alcohol in a social setting. Social hosts are prohibited from providing alcohol to people under 21. The law outlines consequences of serving, supplying, or knowing (or reasonably should have known) underage persons were served/or consumed alcohol on their premises.
Precautions You Can Take
How to host a smarter, safer party and reduce your risk for getting a ticket.
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