What ever you do, don’t break the law in Georgia. I toured one of their prisons as an out of state official on a fact finding trip. Just wow. The way that place was operated would scare the sh@t out of any rational person. The prisoners there were afraid. Not that they were abused or the place was dirty, it was very clean and modern. But they were treated like lawbreakers. That was serious time.
My brother was an auto insurance adjuster and had to go to a SC Sheriff's office. They had a bunch of arrestees there, all looking mean. They gave him hard looks while he was waiting to see the Sheriff. He became intensely interested in his laptop screen.
As the hard-cases were led out, the Sheriff came over and talked to my brother. My bother mentioned how tough they looked and the Sheriff laughed. He said they were going to the state penitentiary and didn't know what they were facing. He said that by nightfall, all the "hard-cases" would be traded around for a pack of cigarettes and would end up being someone's "wife".