San Diego DUI attorney news
May 28, 2008
San Diego DUI Police report saw little drunk driving action during the 3-day holiday weekend. San Diego DUI Police announced Memorial Day weekend celebrations went without any major incidents as slightly smaller crowds than those in previous years gathered at Pacific Beach, Mission Beach and Ocean Beach to bask and enjoy the three-day weekend, according to San Diego DUI attorneys.
The damp, chilly weather, combined with the majority of people simply obeying the law, seemed to bring less litter typically found scattered along the beach after past Memorial Day weekends, San Diego DUI lawyers said.
Beach teams and mounted officers stepped up San Diego DUI saturation patrols at city beaches from Saturday, May 24, through Monday, May 26, with little incident, San Diego DUI lawyers said. San Diego DUI police are still compiling more detailed statistics.
Though there were no San Diego DUI drunk driving checkpoints in the beach areas over the Memorial Day weekend, police will be setting up San Diego DUI checkpoints on Fourth of July weekend.