Phish Show This Weekend; What to Know About the SPAC Crackdown

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We’ve all heard how police are cracking down on open containers, underage drinking and DWI’s at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. For some, it’s the end of long-time traditions which included tailgating parties outside your favorite summer show. But for others, especially those who don’t know the laws, it can mean big legal trouble.

According to NYS Park Police, 145 people were cited for underage drinking at the recent Dave Matthews Band concert at SPAC. In addition, 4 people were charged with DWI and 6 people were arrested for open containers.

With the upcoming Phish show, now is a good time to brush up on your rights and learn the legal ramifications if you, your child or someone you know is, ticketed.

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