What is required to satisfy a juvenile smoking citation written under statute 569.11 or 877.112 (6)?

It is required that:

  • For a first violation, pay $25 civil penalty or perform 16 hours of community service. In addition, the juvenile must attend a school-approved anti-tobacco and nicotine program, if locally available. Proof of program must be turned into our office within 30 days of the date of the citation.
  • For a second violation within 12 weeks of the first violation, pay a $25 civil penalty
  • For a third or subsequent violation within 12 weeks of the first violation, the court must direct the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to withhold issuance of or suspend or revoke the juvenile's driver license or driving privilege for 60 days, as provided in
s. 322.056.

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1. What are the Laws about Juveniles and Tobacco?
2. What is required to satisfy a juvenile smoking citation written under statute 569.11 or 877.112 (6)?
3. What is required to satisfy a juvenile smoking citation written under statute 386.212?
4. How do I pay for my citation?
5. Where can I go to do Community Service?
6. If I do community service, is there a form that I need to submit as proof?
7. Where can I take the Tobacco Education Course?
8. Who is responsible for submitting the certificate when the tobacco education course is completed?
9. How do I contest my citation?