|"It's my porch - and I'll get drunk if I want to!"|
So they cited her for drunk and disorderly in a public place.. she was convicted and appealed. Now, two years later - - she gets her justice... The court ruled:
"declaring the front steps of a private residence not a public place if the homeowner hasn't invited the general public to be there."
Good on them --- the line between the Bill of Rights and the gob'mint forces has become dimmer and dimmer -- maybe this will leave a brighter line!!!