Friday, June 13, 2008

California DUI Checkpoint news

San Andreas, California DUI checkpoint news

Tonight from 7:30pm until 11:30pm, the California DUI Highway Patrol working in conjunction with the Angels Camp California DUI Police Department will conduct a California DUI checkpoint, according to California DUI lawyers.

The California DUI sobriety checkpoint will be staffed by CHP officers and Angels Camp Police Department personnel trained in the detection of California DUI - alcohol and/or drug impaired drivers. Certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, CHP Drug Recognition experts will be on site to provide an assessment of drivers suspected of drug use.

California DUI officers will also be equipped with optional hand-held breath testing devices which are legally considered only field sobriety tests and provide a questionable measure of alcohol blood concentration of those suspected of California DUI - driving while under the influence of alcohol.

California DUI lawyers are told traffic volume permitting all vehicles will be checked and drivers who are California DUI - under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs can be expected to be arrested for California DUI and booked into the Calaveras County Jail per California DUI attorneys.

The penalty for first-time California DUI offenders is approximately $10,000.