We invite you to have a look at our new webpage, Bucks County DUI Sobriety Checkpoints, located on our Bucks County DUI website at www.buckscountyduilawyers.com. Bucks County, Pennsylvania DUI sobriety checkpoints are not as random and spontaneous as you may think.
Much analysis and evaluation goes into where and when police will set up sobriety checkpoints within Bucks County. Much of where the sobriety checkpoints are set up is based upon the frequency of Bucks County DUI (driving under the influence) arrests in given Bucks County towns or townships.
Based upon both the United States Constitution and the Pennsylvania State Constitution, sobriety checkpoint stops are a legal means for police in Bucks County, PA to detain drivers in order to observe signs signifying that a person has been drinking and/or may be drunk. However, there are many guidelines that must be followed by Pennsylvania police when conducting sobriety checkpoint stops.
An experienced Bucks County DUI lawyer, such as Michael L. Saile, Jr., Esq., of Cordisco & Saile LLC, can help you determine if your Bucks County sobriety checkpoint stop was conducted legally.