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How to Deal with Holiday DUI Checkpoints
How to Deal with Holiday DUI Checkpoints

The Supreme Court of Virginia ruled in Lowe v. Commonwealth of Virginia, 337 S.E.2d 273 (Va. 1985) that sobriety checkpoints or roadblocks, also known as driving while intoxicated influence (DUI) checkpoints, are legal and serve as an effective deterrent to drunk driving. ...

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