In the U.S.
The law against open container of alcohol is one of the strictest in the world. It is a civil offense, punishable by fines and jail time, and those that are caught can face severe imprisonment and fines.
I don’t know if it’s better or worse than the law against smoking, but many states have similar laws against smoking cannabis. I’m not sure if a person can be prosecuted for open container when they’re on a plane, but I’m sure they can be charged with open container of alcohol. As far as I know, it’s illegal for someone to have more than 24 ounces of alcohol in their body, but it’s still a lot of alcohol.
Well, if youre a smoker and you have a flight from the east coast (or another western state) to the west coast (or another eastern state) then if youre traveling from somewhere west to somewhere east, where youre going in a car you can be sentenced to prison and fines. If you drink in your airport, it is legal to do so, but if youre caught by a police officer in an airport, you could be charged with a DUI.
This is one of those laws that just makes sense.
The law is pretty simple. A person may not consume alcohol in an airport or any other public area. However, they can be charged with a DUI.
One of the things that makes this law so interesting is that it’s just one of a handful of states that just changed their laws last year to criminalize the possession of “open containers” in public. Under Pennsylvania law, if you were caught with an open container in a public place, then you can face a misdemeanor charge.
My family’s house is on fire. My dad got hit by a car just minutes ago. I don’t know how he got out of there.
A DUI is a violation of the law that says you can only drive if you have a valid license. There are plenty of ways in which you can get an open container in public. In one case, a guy got arrested after getting caught with a bag of peanuts. If you do, then the law allows you to be charged with a simple misdemeanor, which would cost you about $100.
There are many ways in which you can get an open container in public. In one case, you could get a ticket for making a purchase on a container owned by someone who’s a member of your family’s family. In another case, you could use a container that was stolen for a car-related offense, but that person is never known for being a member of a family. It’s all a bunch of little hoo-hoo-hoo.