DUI CHECKPOINT COLORADO
Police frequently set up DUI checkpoint Colorado, so called “sobriety checkpoints,” are to evaluate passing motorists for signs that they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The purpose of these roadblocks is supposedly to detect DUI drivers that might otherwise escape the attention of the police.
The law stop the passing cars at the DUI checkpoint Colorado, they attempt to detect whether a driver’s speech is slurred, whether they can detect or smell alcohol or drugs, and whether the driver’s demeanor seems to be impaired in any way. If the driver shows any indication of impairment, he or she will be asked to exit the vehicle to perform field sobriety tests and blood alcohol testing.
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