Friday, May 9, 2008

California DUI attorneys warn of another California DUI checkpoint

California DUI attorneys warn of a California DUI checkpoint

May 9, 2008

A California DUI - drunk driving and driver's license checkpoint will be held Tuesday at an undisclosed location, according to California DUI attorneys.

The California DUI checkpoint will start at 2 p.m. and conclude at 10, according to California DUI lawyers and a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department San Dimas station news release.

The San Dimas Community Action Team, patrol deputies, station volunteers, team leaders and explorers will conduct the California DUI checkpoint.

The reason for the California DUI checkpoint is to find and stop motorists who are California DUI, who have been drinking and driving or driving unlicensed or with a revoked or suspended license, according to California DUI criminal defense attorneys.

Other issues including seat belt usage, having insurance and child seats will also be investigated if there's time, according to California DUI criminal defense lawyers.