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San Diego has been cracking down on intoxicated driving, and one of the tools it uses for that crackdown is DUI checkpoints. If someone is stopped at a checkpoint and found to be intoxicated then that individual will be charged with two crimes; driving under the influence and driving with a blood alcohol level greater than .08.
It’s important to remember that San Diego DUI checkpoints have seven factors for individuals to keep in mind. Those factors are:
– the power of law enforcement officers to make decisions about the checkpoint at a supervisory/management level
All of these different elements will be taken into consideration when determining whether or not a DUI issued at a roadblock is legal. Because there’s a blanket test, and there was no reason to suspect that a driver would be intoxicated (no weaving, speeding, etc.) these tests may be seen as invasive. A smart DUI lawyer like Chris Sohovich will be able to call these elements into question, with the result that the DUI might in fact be thrown out entirely.