Virginia (purchase/possess/attempt to purchase or possess): May suspend license for not more than one year, although court may upon demonstration of hardship authorize restricted use (VA. CODE ANN. § 4.1-305[C][ii] [West 2002]).
Washington (possess/consume/acquire): If age 13 or older and under 18, for first offense, shall suspend license for one year or until reaches age of 17, whichever is longer; for second offense, shall suspend for two years or until reaches age of 18, whichever is longer (WASH. REV. CODE ANN. §§ 66.44.270[a], 66.44.365, 46.20.265 [West 2002]).
Wisconsin (procure/attempt to procure/possess or consume on licensed premises/presence in retail outlet/falsely represent age/possess/consume): First offense, may suspend license; second or subsequent offense within 12 months, may suspend license, unless involved motor vehicle then shall suspend license (WIS. STAT. § 125.07[bs],[c] [West 2002]).
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