Georgia's open container law prohibits a person from consuming or possessing an open alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle.
An open container is defined as any receptacle or bottle containing alcohol for which any amount has been removed or the seal has been broken.
This offense is a misdemeanor which carries penalties including a fine and potential jail time.
If you've been charged with having an "open container" then contact Attorney Scott Miller to discuss defending your rights. For a free consult call 770-408-1001.
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