This quickly impairs a person's balance, motor skills, and decision making, and can also cause a "blackout," a period of time for which an intoxicated person cannot remember key details about a specific event or the event itself.
What does IP stand for?
IP stands for Intoxicated Person (law enforcement)
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We have 112 other meanings of IP in our Acronym Attic
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- Interrupt Process (TELNET Protocol)
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- Intestinal Permeability
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Or if officers find an intoxicated person right outside his vehicle, then charges can be brought.
It is like listening to an intoxicated person slur, "I'm not drunk, watch me walk in a straight line".
If you serve a visibly intoxicated person and that person injures a third person, you are legally responsible for their actions," said David Everett.
On attending the officers observed that the premises floor was slippery and sticky, there were several intoxicated persons on the premises and the premises appeared very crowded.
The kiosks feature technology to prevent sales to underage or intoxicated persons.
This coverage protects establishments from claims that they served liquor to a visibly intoxicated person or to a minor who subsequently caused death or injury to third parties--those not having a relationship to the bar.