The question “Do I need to stop at a DUI checkpoint?” does not lend itself to a simple yes or no answer. What you can legally do when police set up a station to screen all passing motorists for signs of operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OVI) depends on where you are. Let’s run a few common scenarios. Continue reading
You do not have to drive through a DUI checkpoint. If you know police will be conducting random stops along your usual route, take a different road. If you spot a roadblock in time, turn around.
Avoiding a DUI checkpoint really is that simple, but you either need to plan ahead or act quickly and responsibly. Continue reading