Thursday, May 24, 2012

San Diego Motorists must be careful Memorial Day Weekend beginning with Lemon Grove's Friday Night California drunk driving checkpoint, attorneys warn

San Diego County DUI Law Center's free drunk driving checkpoint locator may be busy this holiday weekend helping warn motorists enjoying themselves, lawyers warn.

Friday Night's San Diego county California DUI checkpoint is May 25th, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 2:00 AM, drunk driving police working for San Diego Sheriff’s Department will trap motorists with a Drunk Driving checkpoint at about 7900 Broadway, Lemon Grove, California, attorneys are told.

DUI fatalities in California go up summertime. Memorial Day weekend is a big travel period of the summer season and the first weekend after a number of college and high school graduations.

The San Diego county California drunk driving checkpoint will be hosted by fifteen donut-eating and coffee-drinking DUI deputies.

The promoted police purpose of the checkpoint is to allegedly remove impaired & unlicensed drivers from society.

California's checkpoints' real purpose is to generate much needed revenue for the government.

California dui cops plan a big crackdown over the entire Memorial Day weekend, setting up roadblock traps, drunk driving checkpoints and extra DUI patrols throughout San Diego County.

Fourteen San Diego County dui cop agencies arrested 129 people on suspicion of DUI on Friday and Saturday of the 2011 Memorial Day weekend, sixteen less than in 2010. California Highway Patrol cops arrested 897 DUI drivers over that weekend, a decline from 1,029 in 2010,