Saturday, February 22, 2014

Poway to trap DUI Drivers in San Diego County next weekend, San Diego DUI lawyers announce

San Diego DUI attorney Rick Mueller is not a big fan of police roadblocks.  He does not think cops should be able to set up California DUI checkpoints that prevent people from driving around the checkpoint.

There are two ways to drive around California DUI checkpoints, San Diego DUI lawyers say.

1)  Once you see the California DUI checkpoint, take a way to avoid it.
2)  Check this location resource for California DUI roadblocks and don't go that way.

Next Saturday, March 1, 2014 from 7:00 PM to Sunday, March 2, 2014 at 3:00 AM, San Diego California DUI deputies from the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Poway Station will be conducting a DUI sobriety and driver’s license checkpoint in the City of Poway. The San Diego California DUI checkpoint will consist of DUI trained deputies who will be evaluating drivers' abilities to safely operate motor vehicles, lawyers are told.

This San Diego California DUI checkpoint is funded by a seemingly unlimited grant through the California Office of Traffic Safety, San Diego DUI attorneys are reminded.

The San Diego County Sheriff's Department is well aware of the community's concern for persons Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs. The San Diego County Sheriff's Department is taking a major countermeasure by implementing a DUI/Driver's License Checkpoint. The primary intent of this San Diego California DUI checkpoint is to educate the public of the dangers associated with drinking and driving. Cops claim this San Diego California DUI checkpoint will serve as a deterrent to potentially impaired drivers.

Finally, this San Diego California DUI checkpoint provides an important governmental service by promoting public safety. The focus of the San Diego California DUI operation will be the apprehension of suspects who are determined to be operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and/or under the influence of drugs or driving while unlicensed/suspended. This San Diego California DUI checkpoint is funded through the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.