Monday, April 21, 2008

California DUI Checkpoint OC location announced for this week

California DUI lawyer news

The Costa Mesa Police Department will conduct a California DUI sobriety and drivers license checkpoint this week, California DUI attorneys learn.

The California DUI checkpoint set up to stop northbound cars on Harbor Boulevard at Gisler Avenue will be from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday.

The California DUI checkpoint is to educate the public about the dangers of California DUI - driving under the influence of alcohol or without a drivers license, California DUI / Drunk Driving criminal defense lawyers are told.

More than 1,000 drivers were arrested for California DUI / driving under the influence last year in Costa Mesa. Funding for the California DUI program is provided by California’s Office of Traffic Safety and is generally considered an awareness tool for California DUI officers, California DUI defense lawyers understand. The California DUI department works closely with Mothers Against Drunk Driving, according to California DUI criminal attorneys.

The California DUI organization will have its crashed car trailer on site to remind people of the consequences of drinking and driving, California DUI defense attorneys believe.