Another issue a dry city or county may face is the loss of tax revenue because
drinkers are willing to drive across city, county or even state lines to obtain
Dec 16, 2012 ... This article on the subject of how to transport alcohol over state lines is one of
many in this online ... Can you go to jail for transporting beer?
Sep 2, 2015 ... None unless you're going to Alaska or Hawaii because then you're flying/
crossing international borders. As long as the containers of alcohol ...
Other states have stringent laws on the transport of alcohol, even for personal
use. Transporting alcohol over the state line makes the owner subject to fines,
Jan 31, 2010 ... Transporting alcohol over state lines is illegal, and they're enticing'' ... to see
evidence of someone carrying a closed container of alcohol into ...
Jun 12, 2013 ... "Generally bringing any liquor, including wine, into Pennsylvania is illegal,"
according to the state liquor code. ... the code states that "it is unlawful for any
person to transport ... any malt or brewed beverages." ... Do you think it should be
legal to cross state lines with alcohol? ... Trendin...
Dec 21, 2013 ... It is illegal to purchase alcohol in another state and bring it back to ... “It's only
illegal to bring it back across state lines,” wrote Dominic Giomboni ...
May 28, 2005 ... teacher, driving alcohol over state lines is called bootlegging. ... In North Carolina
it is illegal to transfer more than a couple of gallons over the state line ... there is
no limit to the amount of unopened bottles you can transport.
May 16, 2005 ... The Supreme Court strikes down state laws forbidding residents from ... which
guarantees the free flow of goods and services across state lines, ... no one is
able to do that; that the only way you sell alcohol, wine or otherwise, ...
Mar 15, 2014 ... Carrying firearms across United States requires for the carrier to be willing to ...
Control Act”, which prohibits illegal aliens, felons, those diagnosed with mental ...
Today, federal guns laws are enforced by the Bureau of Alcohol, ... to the
possession of firearms, especially when traveling across state lines.