Sunday, April 6, 2008

California DUI checkpoint a costly failure?

California Drunk Driving Criminal Defense Attorney - California DUI Lawyer checkpoint news

Vacaville California DUI police spent a lot of California DUI officers' time and taxpayers' money the night of March 29 to arrest just three suspected California DUI drunk drivers out of hundreds of cars stopped and inconvenienced at a California DUI checkpoint, California DUI lawyers believe.

In the fight to get California DUI drunk drivers off the roads, California DUI law enforcement agencies would likely make far more California DUI arrests if they spent their available patrol time roaming the streets looking for California DUI drunk drivers, rather than standing at California DUI roadblocks waiting for these California DUI drivers to come to them or avoid the California DUI roadblock, California DUI attorneys suspect.

California DUI checkpoints are highly visible by design and publicized in advance, roadblocks are all too easily avoided by the chronic alcohol abusers that comprise the core of today's alleged California DUI drunk driving problem.

California DUI arrests made by roving patrol programs is nearly 10 times the average number of California DUI / drunk driving arrests made by California DUI checkpoint programs, according to California DUI criminal defense attorney sources.

Vacaville California residents and California taxpayers would benefit from employing the most effective tactics to catch California DUI drunk drivers, California DUI critics exclaim. www.SanDiegoDrunkDrivingAttorney.net