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More info at www.shouselaw.com Arrested for DUI at a sobriety checkpoint or police roadlblock? Can you fight the case? Are DUI checkpoints legal or do they violate your rights? What procedures must police follow at checkpoints in order to have probable cause to make you exit your vehicle? In this video, a former DUI prosecutor–now criminal defense lawyer–answers all of these questions. Under California law, police must follow strict procedures in setting up and administering a DUI sobriety checkpoint. When they fail to adhere to these procedures, a good DUI defense attorney can challenge the arrest and often get the charges reduced or dismissed.
More info at www.shouselaw.com Can I take evasive measures (turn around, U-turn, turn a corner) to avoid a DUI sobriety checkpoint? Or does that give the police legal probable cause to make a traffic stop and conduct a DUI investigation? Noted drunk driving criminal defense attorney John Murray explains