California DUI attorney / California Drunk Driving lawyer checkpoint update
April 28, 2008
The California DUI sobriety checkpoint over the weekend resulted in two DUI arrests, California DUI attorneys / California Drunk Driving lawyers reported on Monday.
Both arrests were made at the California DUI checkpoint on Lyons and Peachland in Newhall. Information about both arrests were not made available to the public, California DUI attorney / California Drunk Driving lawyers are told. No additional drivers were reportedly pulled over, and the number of vehicles that passed through the California DUI checkpoint was not yet determined, California DUI attorney / California Drunk Driving lawyers understand.
The California DUI sobriety checkpoint, which started shortly after 8 p.m. Friday and ended before 3 a.m. Saturday, was performed by the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station and the California Highway Patrol, California Drunk Driving lawyers believe.
Both California DUI law enforcement agencies routinely set up California DUI sobriety checkpoints in areas where California DUI activity is considered to be active. According to both the Sheriff's Station and the Highway Patrol, the California DUI checkpoints are aimed at educating the community about the hazards of drunk driving while enforcing California DUI drunk driving laws. The California DUI checkpoints also help detect drunk and unlicensed drivers who are on the road, California DUI attorneys are informed.
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