The term “public intoxication” is somewhat antiquated. That is because the nature of this charge is not exclusively dependent upon being in a public place. A person can be charged with intoxication in either a public or private residence. In public, an individual can be charged if they are intoxicated enough to pose a risk to themselves or others. In private, the same can happen should the person be in...
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