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South Carolina ABC Violation Tickets
South Carolina ABC Violation Tickets

This article discusses South Carolina's ABC Violation Tickets otherwise known as open container of liquor. South Carolina actually has two open container laws - one for beer and wine and the other for liquor. The law makes it illegal to transport any open bottle of liquor in ...

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