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Posted by Alan Woodland | Feb 15, 2021 | 0 Comments

No sure where to put that open bottle of wine you're taking home from a gathering? Cork it and put it in the trunk! It's a misdemeanor charge of Transporting an Open Container (TOC) to have any open alcohol containers in the passenger compartment of a car. The only exceptions include buses and limo's. And yes, the district attorney will prosecute this offense.

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Alan devotes 90% of his practice to the defense of DUI - APC - Possession - Gun Charges in Oklahoma. "I know what to look for and how to defend against it."

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