Been Accused Of Public Intoxication?
While consuming alcohol is not a crime for those 21 and older, appearing visibly drunk or under the influence of any intoxicating substance is against the law in the state of Alabama. What may begin as harmless drinking can quickly turn into charges of both public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
If you or someone you know has been charged with public intoxication, you need an experienced legal team of criminal defense attorneys to help protect your rights. The Walton Law Firm has been providing strong criminal defense representation to the Auburn-Opelika area for over two decades.
Public Intoxication Defense For Auburn University Students
We understand that tailgates and college parties are part of the college experience for many students. Alcohol may be a big part of your social life but it can easily bring about legal trouble if you engage in behavior that endangers yourself and others. Public intoxication charges can inhibit your ability to seek employment, maintain scholarships, and could even involve jail time. If you are a student that has recently been charged with public intoxication, you need an experienced attorney to assist you every step of the way. Don’t let public intoxication charges have a lasting impact on your life.