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Public Intoxication Laws in SC
Public Intoxication Laws in SC

Under South Carolina law, being drunk or intoxicated in public is not against the law. However, the state prohibits “gross intoxication” in public. Although the law does not clearly define gross intoxication, the courts have consistently interpreted this term as being ...

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