DUI Checkpoints are strategic roadblock that allow police to scan drivers. However, there are strict rules about where and how a checkpoint must be set up. If you find yourself caught in a checkpoint, here’s what you need to know:
Most of the time, it’s better to go through a checkpoint than to try to go around it, as police often place these checkpoints near illegal U-turns and stop signs, and have cars lying in wait for those who try to leave the checkpoint. If you are arrested, whether at a checkpoint or not, the most crucial step is to contact a criminal defense attorney to review the details of your case.
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