- Is endangering the life of themselves or another person, or
- Is breaching the peace, or
- Is harassing, annoying or alarming another person, or
- Is wearing an IMPD uniform.
Tuesday, July 03, 2012
That's an improvement.
Indiana's public intoxication statute had been a little vague up until now, but a new one went into effect on the first of this month. Basically, the new law states that the police have to prove that the arrestee meets at least one of the following standards to be guilty of the crime of public intox: