There is no doubt that alcohol consumption is a problem among college students. The problem is worse among frat members. Studies show that members of fraternities drink greater quantities of alcohol, drink more frequently and are more likely to get into trouble for alcohol-related issues such as drunk driving.
When a person is charged with a felony, what exactly does that mean? A felony is an offense that is considered more serious than a misdemeanor and can range from tax evasion to gambling to homicide. If convicted, the individual is then labeled a felon and typically faces severe penalties, such as time in prison.