California DUI Defense Lawyer - Sobriety checkpoint planned on Sunday
The California Highway Patrol will conduct a California DUI sobriety checkpoint Sunday at an undisclosed Shasta County location.
The California DUI checkpoint is scheduled from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. and will be staffed with California DUI officers and drug recognition experts from the CHP.
The California DUI officers — who are trained both in alcohol and drug detection and certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration — will measure blood-alcohol concentrations of suspected California DUI - drunk drivers and assess drivers suspected of drug use.
Meanwhile, the Shasta County Avoid the Five California DUI Task Force today joined a nationwide effort to crack down on California DUI - drunk drivers.
The California DUI crackdown, which includes California DUI saturation patrols and California DUI sobriety checkpoints, runs through Labor Day.
The California DUI task force comprises the Anderson and Redding police departments, the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office, the Shasta County Probation Department and the CHP.