When do they start selling beer in the morning in nebraska?

Not Legal Advice: In Nebraska, sale is not controlled by the state. Privately owned retail stores sell spirits, although beer, wine, and liquor are all available in most grocery stores and convenience marts. Alcohol can be sold 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Saturday, with alcohol sales prohibited before noon on Sundays.

You can serve alcohol in a restaurant, work as a bartender, or sell spirits in a liquor store at age 19, but as in all states, you must be 21 to consume alcohol.

Any containers of alcohol that have previously been opened must be carried in the trunk of the vehicle so that the driver and passengers do not have access.

If a driver tests positively with a blood-alcohol content (BAC) over the .08 percent maximum legal limit, s/he is considered ‘per se intoxicated’ and can be charged with DUI (driving under the influence). No other evidence is required by the court to prove the driver’s guilt.

A driver with a BAC of .15 percent over the legal limit of .08 percent faces more severe penalties.

‘Zero tolerance laws’ are designed to discourage drivers under the age of 21 from drinking and driving, Therefore, these young drivers face still DUI penalties if chemical testing indicates a BAC over .02 percent.

There are many rules and regulations that concern alcohol across the United States. Whether it involves when and where alcohol may be sold or who may consume it, it is vital to understand the law where you live. The consequences of violating these laws may range from paying a fine to spending mandatory time in jail.

Check out Alcohol and DUI Laws by State from AlcoholLaws.org.

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