The District Attorney files this charge for a person who is found in a public place under the influence of drugs or alcohol, in a condition such that he is unable to care for his own safety or the safety of others, or if he is interfering with the use of a public street or walkway. This crime is a misdemeanor (Penal Code Section 647(f)). Depending on your age, a conviction of this crime could result in a suspension of your California Driver’s License.
Contact Errol L. Cook, to discuss your particular case. Errol L. Cook has years of experience handling these types of cases, and will be able to advise you of your rights, options, and how to properly proceed with your case