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originally posted by: TobyFlenderson
a reply to: sarra1833
I don't know what constitution they follow in Indiana, but stopping a car because the driver simply left a bar, without more, is itself against the law. Once again, not knowing what laws they have in your fair state, walking while buzzed does not seem to be a legitimate basis for stopping a person. Public drunkenness as a criminal law went the way of the Dodo in most civilized states sometime in the middle of last century.
originally posted by: Gothmog
Public drunkenness is a law in most states that I know