What is a DUI Checkpoint? A DUI Sobriety Checkpoint is a scheduled stop conducted by local arresting officers to ensure the safety of drivers. During a checkpoint, officers look for signs of intoxication such as blurred vision, slurred speech or even the scent of alcohol.
If officers suspect that you are driving under the influence, they will request that you conduct a DUI field sobriety test. If you are arrested at a DUI check point, contact our
California DUI Defense Attorneys to find out how we can help you throughout your entire case.
Coachella: 5pm-1am - undisclosed location
Escondido: 6pm-12am - undisclosed location
6pm-1am - undisclosed location
Los Angeles: 8pm-2am - Canoga Ave between Victory Blvd. & Burbank Blvd.
Sacramento: 8:30pm-early morning - Bruceville Rd &Imagination Parkway
Costa Mesa: 6pm-12am - undisclosed location
Los Angeles: 8pm-2am - Manchester Ave. between Main St. & Broadway