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O.C.G.A. 3-3-25 (2010)
3-3-25. Sale of or furnishing alcoholic beverages to prisoners or inmates of places of confinement; possession or sale of alcoholic beverages at or near certain institutions


(a) No person knowingly and intentionally shall:

(1) Offer for sale, sell, barter, exchange, give, provide, or furnish alcoholic beverages to:

(A) Any person confined in any jail, penal institution, correctional facility, or other lawful place of confinement; or

(B) Any person who is a patient or lawful inmate of the Central State Hospital;

(2) Offer for sale any alcoholic beverages within 200 yards of any building of the Central State Hospital which was in existence on July 1, 1977; or

(3) Introduce or possess any alcoholic beverages upon the grounds of the Central State Hospital or in the buildings of the Georgia War Veterans Home.

(b) Nothing contained in this Code section shall prevent or prohibit:

(1) The administration of alcohol by the staff of the above-mentioned institutions to any prisoner, patient, or lawful inmate in strict compliance with the prescription of a licensed physician; or

(2) The staff members of the Central State Hospital and the Georgia War Veterans Home who maintain their domicile on the grounds of these institutions from possessing alcoholic beverages for their own consumption or for that of their families or persons invited to their homes, except patients or lawful inmates of these institutions.

(c) No person shall knowingly allow any other person to violate this Code section.

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Statutes > Georgia > Title-3 > Chapter-3 > Article-2 > 3-3-25

O.C.G.A. 3-3-25 (2010)
3-3-25. Sale of or furnishing alcoholic beverages to prisoners or inmates of places of confinement; possession or sale of alcoholic beverages at or near certain institutions


(a) No person knowingly and intentionally shall:

(1) Offer for sale, sell, barter, exchange, give, provide, or furnish alcoholic beverages to:

(A) Any person confined in any jail, penal institution, correctional facility, or other lawful place of confinement; or

(B) Any person who is a patient or lawful inmate of the Central State Hospital;

(2) Offer for sale any alcoholic beverages within 200 yards of any building of the Central State Hospital which was in existence on July 1, 1977; or

(3) Introduce or possess any alcoholic beverages upon the grounds of the Central State Hospital or in the buildings of the Georgia War Veterans Home.

(b) Nothing contained in this Code section shall prevent or prohibit:

(1) The administration of alcohol by the staff of the above-mentioned institutions to any prisoner, patient, or lawful inmate in strict compliance with the prescription of a licensed physician; or

(2) The staff members of the Central State Hospital and the Georgia War Veterans Home who maintain their domicile on the grounds of these institutions from possessing alcoholic beverages for their own consumption or for that of their families or persons invited to their homes, except patients or lawful inmates of these institutions.

(c) No person shall knowingly allow any other person to violate this Code section.

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Statutes > Georgia > Title-3 > Chapter-3 > Article-2 > 3-3-25

O.C.G.A. 3-3-25 (2010)
3-3-25. Sale of or furnishing alcoholic beverages to prisoners or inmates of places of confinement; possession or sale of alcoholic beverages at or near certain institutions


(a) No person knowingly and intentionally shall:

(1) Offer for sale, sell, barter, exchange, give, provide, or furnish alcoholic beverages to:

(A) Any person confined in any jail, penal institution, correctional facility, or other lawful place of confinement; or

(B) Any person who is a patient or lawful inmate of the Central State Hospital;

(2) Offer for sale any alcoholic beverages within 200 yards of any building of the Central State Hospital which was in existence on July 1, 1977; or

(3) Introduce or possess any alcoholic beverages upon the grounds of the Central State Hospital or in the buildings of the Georgia War Veterans Home.

(b) Nothing contained in this Code section shall prevent or prohibit:

(1) The administration of alcohol by the staff of the above-mentioned institutions to any prisoner, patient, or lawful inmate in strict compliance with the prescription of a licensed physician; or

(2) The staff members of the Central State Hospital and the Georgia War Veterans Home who maintain their domicile on the grounds of these institutions from possessing alcoholic beverages for their own consumption or for that of their families or persons invited to their homes, except patients or lawful inmates of these institutions.

(c) No person shall knowingly allow any other person to violate this Code section.

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