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Mythbusters: DUI Checkpoints
Mythbusters: DUI Checkpoints

DUI checkpoints, otherwise known as sobriety checkpoints, are set up by law enforcement officers to check drivers for signs of intoxication and to deter drunk driving. These checkpoints are not conducted in every state due to varying interpretations of the Constitution, but ...

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Blog posts in DUI

  • Does Anyone Actually Drive Better While Drunk?

    Many people admit that their “drunk” selves are prone to make poor choices that their sober selves would never make. However, it seems like for every ...

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  • Is There a Difference Between Drug & Alcohol DUIs?

    We’ve all seen crime dramas where a man sits behind a bar, drinks till he’s about the fall over, and gets behind the wheel. However, how many crime ...

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  • Can a Passenger Face Charges in a DUI Arrest?

    It’s always good to have a designated driver should you and some friends decide to go out for drinks. Unfortunately, not all designated drivers ...

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  • FAQ #20: What Happens When You Get Arrested for a DUI?

    After you're arrested the police complete the investigation. That report is then forwarded to the district attorney's office. The district attorney's ...

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  • FAQ #13: What is the Blood Alcohol Level in California?

    The legal blood-alcohol level in California, if you are a driver that's over 21, is a .08%. That means if you are driving with a .08% blood-alcohol ...

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  • FAQ #8: What Happens After a DUI?

    If you've been arrested for a DUI, my first recommendation is to go home, gather yourself. Nothing is going to happen in 24 hours that we can't take ...

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  • FAQ #5: How much is a DUI fine in California?

    DUI fines in California are outrageous. The minimum fine is $390, and that doesn't sound as bad. However, every county adds government assessments and ...

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  • FAQ #4: What is the Legal Drinking Limit in California?

    The legal limit in California for driving with alcohol in your system is a .08%. We have extra standards if you're a .15 or greater the penalties ...

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  • FAQ #3: DUI a Criminal Offense in California?

    All DUIs in California are criminal offenses. If you're convicted, whether it be a misdemeanor or a felony, whether it be a small DUI, big DUI, your ...

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