Legal Advice for Open Container — 6 results
Written by attorney David P. Gilbert, over 3 years ago.
Under Florida Law, "Open container" means any container of alcoholic beverage which is immediately capable of being consumed from, or the seal of which has been broken.
An open container... more
Written by attorney Steve Sumner, over 4 years ago.
In 1996, South Carolina reorganized certain criminal offenses dealing
with the transportation of liquor and moved them to an area dealing
with moonshiners or bootleggers.
The original... more
Written by attorney Randy Collins, almost 3 years ago.
California is strict about driving while under the influence, and as such, certain restrictions are applied in different categories of vehicle codes.
According to the original penal code... more
Written by attorney Paul Wallin, over 5 years ago.
The Definition of the Law In California it is a crime to have an open alcoholic container in your vehicle while you are driving. Sections 23221 and 23222(a) define the open container law... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Vercammen, over 3 years ago.
First offense: Fine of $200. Second or subsequent offense: Fine of $250 or 10 days community service. For information regarding points or surcharges contact the Motor Vehicle Commission.... more
Written by attorney Thomas Wallin, almost 4 years ago.
Most California drivers are aware that it is illegal to drink alcohol while driving, but do you know that it is also against the law to allow your passengers to have open containers of... more
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