Tuesday, July 2, 2013

San Diego expects huge crackdown by DUI cops from every direction so check out these sobriety ride options California DUI lawyers warn

California DUI checkpoints can be avoided and are listed on this San Diego DUI attorney's site.

California San Diego County Sheriff's Department announces at this press release "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" Campaign to arrest San Diego DUI drivers, California DUI lawyers warn.

The San Diego California DUID crackdown is in partnership with the AVOID the 15 DUI Task Force; named for the number of law enforcement agencies involved. Deputies and officers will be out on saturation patrols starting Wednesday, July 3rd through Sunday, July 7th.

DUI/Driver License Checkpoints are also scheduled at the following locations from 7:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.

 Friday, July 5th
 Encinitas, Poway, National City, Oceanside, San Diego
 Saturday, July 6th
 Imperial Beach, San Diego


Agencies participating in the Avoid the 15 taskforce include:

San Diego County Sheriff's Department Oceanside Police Department
California State Parks Ocotillo Wells Palomar College Police Department
Cal State San Marcos Police Department San Diego County Probation
Chula Vista Police Department San Diego Harbor Police Department
Coronado Police Department San Diego Police Department
Escondido Police Department San Diego State University Police Department
La Mesa Police Department University of California San Diego Police Department
National City Police Department

The California Highway Patrol or CHP will also deploy all dui and available officers for its maximum
enforcement period.


Fourth of July Sober Ride Options

 Tipsy Tow: 1-800-400-4222, http://goo.gl/qJ0za
 Be My Designated Driver: http://www.bemydd.com/
 Military Personnel: Arrive Alive Program – to get a card for a cab ride call 619-532-1373 or
619-532-1293. http://goo.gl/CYDJa; http://goo.gl/yt756
 Coaster: http://www.gonctd.com/summernite
 MTS (Metropolitan Transit System): 619-557-4555 http://goo.gl/5X13j


Funding for this operation is provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, say lawyers handling dui cases.

Members of the media interested in covering the checkpoints should contact Lieutenant Julius
Faulkner at (858) 974-2089 or julius.faulkner@sdsheriff.org.