IN GEORGIA, CAN YOU GET A DUI FOR SLEEPING IN A PARKED CAR WHILE INTOXICATED?

In Georgia, it is possible to be charged with a DUI for sleeping in a parked car if you are in “actual physical control” of the vehicle. If you are behind the wheel of a parked car and have the keys in the ignition, you could be arrested for DUI, even if the car is not moving and you are asleep. However, if you are sleeping in the back seat or passenger seat of a parked car and do not have the keys in your possession, it is unlikely that you will be charged with a DUI.

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