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Orange County police departments have announced DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols that are planned for this weekend. Here are the Orange County DUI Checkpoints September 15, 2017.
Remember that you should avoid the long waits and traffic tie-ups from DUI checkpoints, but also can avoid being arrested for DUI in Orange County at a DUI checkpoint by doing any one of the following:
“Cop here! DUI check points are not about catching drunk drivers. DUI checkpoints are a dog and pony show… their sole purpose is to be public events, that is why they must be announced ahead of time by law. It’s long been known in the law enforcement community that the best way to “fight” drunk driving is by saturation patrols, or, cars that do nothing but hunt/respond to drunk drivers. Feel free to make this as public as possible.”
According to California DUI case law, DUI checkpoints are legal in California, although they have to meet certain strict criteria, including advance publicity, which is how we find out about DUI checkpoints in Orange County.
The following are the DUI Checkpoints in Orange County announced for this weekend:
Anaheim DUI Checkpoint
One of the Orange County DUI Checkpoints is the Anaheim DUI Checkpoint, scheduled for September 15, 2017, starting at 8 pm and ending at 3 am, at Beach Boulevard, at Ball Road, in the City of Anaheim. See our Anaheim DUI Information, if you are curious for details on how Anaheim DUI cases are handled overall.
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