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Is it Illegal to Be Drunk in Public in Pennsylvania?
Is it Illegal to Be Drunk in Public in Pennsylvania?

You’ve gone out and had a few alcoholic beverages. You’re a responsible person, and you decide that, rather than get behind the wheel, you’re going to walk back home. As your heading down the street, you remember a friend telling you that it’s illegal to be drunk in public. ...

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