Every summer, lots of people visit San Diego’s beaches, bars and restaurants. How unfair is it for a tourist to get trapped inside a drunk driving roadblock and not be able to escape?
To help alleviate this problem for the partying public, the San Diego County DUI Law Center’s attorney Rick Mueller publishes this free location site for checkpoints.
The service lets you know if what cops are doing is legal or not. Maybe times it is not, San Diego California DUI lawyers remind.
Last Friday Night in Southern San Diego County, DUI donut deputies made 3 arrests after trapping motorists at a DUI checkpoint Friday night 8:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. at Palm Avenue and 9th Street, Imperial Beach, California.
Drunk driving cops trapped 997 vehicles.
Field sobriety tests were given to 13 drivers.
3 San Diego DUI charges.
The money for cops is limitless. Grants from the Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration funded deputy overtime help pay for these San Diego California DUI Checkpoints.