Thursday, December 4, 2008

California DUI checkpoint this weekend, driving instructor busted

California DUI criminal defense lawyers offer a free California DUI consultation online. This weekend drivers can expect a California Highway Patrol-conducted sobriety California DUI checkpoint from 8:30 p.m. Friday to 2:30 a.m. Saturday in an unincorporated area of the Santa Clarita Valley.

Motorists approaching a California DUI checkpoint site with signs will be diverted into a special lane for a quick explanation of the checkpoint's purpose, a CHP news release said.

The California DUI checkpoint is designed to create awareness among the motoring public and deter people from driving under the influence, and to apprehend drivers under the influence who fail to heed warnings.

In other California DUI news, a woman who makes a living teaching kids how to drive was busted for driving under the influence, according to California DUI attorneys.

A driving instructor for Bond Driving School, was drunk behind the wheel early Sunday morning in South Sacramento, the California Highway Patrol said.

The employer had high praise for her abilities as an instructor, but was offended after the California DUI allegations arose.

It was the first California DUI arrest of an instructor in the school's 45 years of business. The person is no longer emloyed there, according to California DUI lawyers.