Category Archives: DUI Checkpoints

DUI and the Defense of Entrapment


Imagine a scenario where a person leaves the bar, hops in their car, and drives out of the bar’s parking lot. Unbeknownst to the driver, a police vehicle was sitting in the corner of the parking lot with the officer … Continue reading

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A Google Map Aimed at Reducing Drunk Driving


A Sacramento, California man has created a Google map aimed at curbing drunk driving. Adam Wong created a Google map that identifies restaurants and bars near Regional Transit lines for people to use before and after drinking. “It’s a very … Continue reading

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Avoid a Cinco De Mayo DUI


Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican Army’s victory over the French in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. However, the 5th of May has come to be known as a day to celebrate Mexican heritage here in the … Continue reading

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Checkpoints All Month of December


As we prepare for the holiday season, the California Highway Patrol will be preparing a series of checkpoints now through the end of the year. Their first series of checkpoints started early Wednesday of Thanksgiving week on major streets and … Continue reading

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Halloween DUI Crackdown


Looking for a free costume for Halloween? Local law enforcement agencies are handing out free inmate outfits for those who are arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Ok, so that’s not the costume you were looking for, but … Continue reading

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