Thursday, May 22, 2008

California DUI lawyers - Checkpoint warning for San Bernardino

California DUI lawyers alert

May 22, 2008

Law enforcement agencies will be taking to the streets and highways in an effort to make Memorial Day weekend safe for all motorists, according to sources for California DUI lawyers.

California Highway Patrol officials will be patrolling the roadways beginning Friday evening and ending Monday at midnight in search of unsafe motorists —including California DUI lawyers drunk drivers and those not using their seat belts, per California DUI lawyer info.

San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies will be operating two California DUI checkpoints in Victorville during the holiday weekend, California DUI lawyers said.

The California DUI checkpoints will be set up on Friday and Saturday at undisclosed locations form 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., according to California DUI attorneys.

Along with the California Drunk Driving checkpoints, extra traffic officers will be conducting DUI saturation operations in the High Desert, California Drunk Driving lawyers said.

In 2007, CHP officers arrested 1,614 drivers for California DUI / drunk driving/ driving under the influence during the Memorial Day weekend, and more than 35 people were killed in traffic crashes, said California DUI lawyers who comprise the California DUI Lawyers Association.

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