This is a law that was passed in Canada in 2001 and is still enforced in the country. A common sense rule that states that a person should not be in a public place that is not meant for consumption, such as a pub, restaurant, or bar.
A person can be in an enclosed space for less than 15 seconds, or the person can be under the influence of alcohol (for instance), and they are committing a criminal offence. The prosecution will need to prove that the person was not in a public place at the time of the offence and that the offence could not have been prevented by the person having been in the enclosed space.
In the USA, the common law is not as strict as what is enacted in the constitution. Many states have laws making it illegal for people to be in public places that are not meant for consumption. In those states you would have to prove that you were in a public place and not intended for consumption, but usually this isn’t considered serious enough to be prosecuted.
The state of California is not exactly an open container law. When it comes to the laws we are talking about here in California, the idea is that the laws are not as strict as what is enacted in the constitution. The idea is to take the laws into account as the means by which a person is allowed to take care of themselves.
In a good state of mind, that is. I mean, in good states of mind, we are all allowed to consume alcohol, drink coffee, and have sex if we want.
The fact is, we don’t want to take away a person’s right to privacy. I have a right to privacy. I can’t take away my right to privacy just because the laws are about me.
I would like to mention the fact that people are getting married and have their rights to privacy enshrined in the Constitution is a pretty good reason to take this up. But I also want to make you think about it for a while. The Constitution gives you the right to define the right to privacy, and the idea of privacy is a bit of a stretch, but it’s not impossible to think about there being a right to privacy in a society where you have nothing to hide.
Well here is an idea you can try to convince yourself of. The right to privacy is, in the USA, actually a privilege that you can’t take away. If you’re in a state where the law doesn’t recognize this right, you cannot be forced to give up your right to privacy. As a law enforcement officer I can tell you that people who are convicted of a crime are sometimes held for years without the right to see their accusers.
And what about when you go to a bar, you have the right to have your money back. This is what happens when you go through some bars and you can have some money back. In the USA the law does not allow people to rob anybody. That means that you have nothing to hide. The US is a very small country at this point and we may not have a lot of people in that area, but we can certainly use our right to privacy to protect us.