Who Is Exempt from the Illegal Transportation Law

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Gen. Stat. §30-21 Partially consumed wine from Hotel Conn. Gen. Stat. §30-22 Partially consumed wine Conn. Gen. Stat. §30-22a Partially consumed wine from coffee 2021 Public Act 21-37 Hotel, restaurant and café permits are allowed to sell sealed containers for off-premises consumption for three years Guam Code Ann.

9, §92114 a) It is illegal for any person to transport or possess alcohol in a container containing the closure or the original seal of the container. is open or broken, or the contents of which have been partially removed if the vehicle is on a public road. Any person convicted of violating this section is guilty of an offence. (b) it is unlawful for the registered owner of a vehicle, if the registered owner is not present in the vehicle at that time, to knowingly permit another person to store alcohol in the vehicle`s motor vehicle in a container in which the original cap or seal of the container has been opened, broken or its contents partially removed; if the vehicle is on a public road. Any person convicted of violating this section is guilty of an offence. (c) Paragraph (a) does not prohibit the transport, possession or storage of liquor when the original seal or seal of containment has been opened, broken or partially removed if the means of containment is stowed in a rear compartment or trunk of the vehicle that is not normally occupied by the driver or passenger; or a rear compartment that is not immediately accessible to the driver or another passenger when the vehicle is on public roads. A passenger glove or usable space is not permitted for the purposes of this exemption. (d) This section does not apply to the living quarters of a motor home or motor home, bus or limousine; provided that the driver is locked in a compartment inaccessible to passengers, customers or customers where alcohol is present when the vehicle is travelling on public roads. Tex. Criminal Code Ann.

§49.031 (a) In this section: (1) “Open container” means a bottle, can or other container containing any quantity of alcoholic beverages that has been opened, has a broken seal or the contents of which have been partially removed. 2. `passenger compartment of a motor vehicle` means the area of a motor vehicle designed for the driver`s and passengers` seating positions; The term does not include: (A) a glove box or similar storage container that is sealed; (b) the trunk of a vehicle; or (C) the area behind the last right seat of the vehicle if the vehicle does not have a trunk. (3) “highway” means the entire width between and immediately adjacent to the boundaries of a road, road, highway, highway or other maintained public pathway, where any part is open for use by the public for motor vehicle purposes; The term covers the right-of-way of a public road. (b) a person commits a criminal offence if he knowingly possesses an open container in the passenger compartment of a motor vehicle situated on a public highway, whether the vehicle is used, stopped or parked. Possession of one or more open containers by a person during a single criminal episode is a single offence. (c) An exception to the application of paragraph (b) is the fact that, at the time of the offence, the accused was a passenger in: (1) the passenger compartment of a motor vehicle designed, maintained or used primarily for the transportation of persons for remuneration, including a bus, taxi or limousine; (2) the dwelling of a motor home car or motorized residential trailer, including an RV, RV or autonomous recreational vehicle. (d) An offence under this section is a Class C offence. (e) A peace commissioner who charges a person with an offence under this section shall, instead of bringing the person before a judge, deliver a written summons and a communication indicating the date and place at which the person is to appear before a judge, the name and address of the accused and the offence charged. If the person promises in writing to appear before the judge by signing the summons and the notice of appearance of the official in duplicate, the official must release the person. S.C.

Code Ann. §61-4-110 It is illegal for a person to have beer or wine in an open container in a motor vehicle of any kind in his possession, except in the trunk or luggage compartment, while on public roads or highways. This section shall not be construed as prohibiting the transportation of beer or wine in an enclosed container, and it does not apply to vehicles parked in lawful parking lots at sporting events where law enforcement officers are on duty to perform traffic control duties. Every person who contravenes this section is guilty of an offence and is liable to a fine of not more than $100 or imprisonment for a term of not more than 30 days if convicted.