Wednesday, September 26, 2007

California Checkpoint for DUI announced

California DUI criminal defense attorneys need to keep the public aware of what California DUI law enforcement is up to.

Criminal defense lawyers who specialize in California drunk driving cases may find this useful.

UPLAND - Police will conduct a California drunk driving and driver's license checkpoint Thursday.

The checkpoint will take place between 4 p.m. and midnight at an undisclosed location, according to an Upland Police Department news release.

The California Office of Traffic Safety will fund the checkpoint, according to the release.

Informational signs about the checkpoint will tell drivers the California DUI checkpoint is ahead and drivers will be stopped long enough to determine they are sober and have a valid driver's license, according to the release.

Drivers in violation will be moved to another location and a field sobriety test will be conducted and a citation may be issued, according to the release.