Month: May 2013

DUI Checkpoints in Pennsylvania: What You Should Know

DUI checkpoints are the most controversial anti-DUI tool in use by Pennsylvania law enforcement today.    In Pennsylvania, a “DUI checkpoint” is “a well-marked, stationary roadblock conducted by the police for several hours at a time.  The officers on the scene make brief, suspicionless stops to check for driver intoxication, using a predetermined objective standard in …

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