Saturday, April 4, 2009

Costa Mesa Checkpoint Tonight confirmed - 7 pm to 2 am at Harbor Blvd & Peterson Place - Be Prepared to Safely & Reasonably Escape Prior to Entry

California San Diego DUI Defense Resource Center confirms the Costa Mesa police will conduct their second California DUI checkpoint in as many weeks Saturday when they screen drivers on Harbor Boulevard.

From 7 p.m. to 2 a.m., California drunk driving police officers will be stationed on northbound Harbor Boulevard and Peterson Place stopping drivers and educating them about the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol or without a valid driver’s license.

California drunk driving Checkpoints generally do not lead to many California DUI arrests but serve more as a reminder to drivers about the dangers of drinking and driving, and that police are seeking those breaking the law. The extra costs associated with the California DUI checkpoint are funded through a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety.

A California DUI checkpoint March 24 netted police more than two dozen tickets but no DUI arrests. Police will issue tickets for everything at a California drunk driving checkpoint ranging from seat-belt violations to not driving with a valid driver’s license or any license at all.

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