You Could Do Some Time for That Corona With Lime
A bill introduced by the Prince George's County Council on Tuesday could land those caught drinking alcohol in public behind bars.
The bill, sponsored by council member William A. Campos (D-Hyattsville), gives the option of as much as 10 days in jail, in addition to the $100 fine already in place, as punishment for the misdemeanor.
The bill was referred to committee. Stay tuned to Maryland Politics to see whether it passes.
-- Jonathan Mummolo
September 29, 2009; 4:20 PM ET
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