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December 29, 2012
The article makes a point that should be noted: "DUI checkpoints result in very few arrests and are mainly used for education."
I think drivers get enough education with all the ads on TV and the news reports of how drunk drivers injure and kill people on a daily basis.
Let's take our LE resources out and do some real DUI "enforcement" and let the booking records be published in the media for the educational component...
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