Sobriety Checkpoints

West Palm Beach Sobriety Checkpoint Attorney

About Sobriety Checkpoints and DUI Law

In the state of Florida, between 15-20 sobriety checkpoints are carried out each month.  A sobriety checkpoint is a type of roadblock established by law enforcement.  Many states do not set up sobriety checkpoints because it has been determined to be unconstitutional, but this is not the case in Florida.  The purpose of sobriety checkpoints in the eyes of the law is twofold.  The first purpose is to get drunk drivers off the road so that others are not harmed, and secondly, to arrest those that have been drinking and driving.

If you have been arrested after being stopped at a sobriety checkpoint, our legal team is prepared to evaluate your case and advise you of your options for a defense.  We have helped countless clients reduce or eliminate their charges by building a strong defense case in their name.  By speaking with a West Palm Beach DUI Attorney today, you can discover whether or not your sobriety checkpoint arrest was carried out lawfully.  We are highly experienced attorneys ready to fight aggressively against our client’s charges.  Our lead attorney has spent years fighting DUI charges and was the youngest attorney ever to become the chief prosecutor in Lima, Ohio.  This kind of experience can greatly affect the outcome of your case.  With over 16 years of experience in criminal defense, we can start assisting you today.

Sobriety Checkpoint Lawyer Serving West Palm Beach

At DiRenzo & Weick, we understand what you have at stake, the DUI penalties, and will immediately get into action to find a defense that could help you avoid serious penalties.  The state of Florida is extremely hard on those convicted of DUIs, even first time offenders.  You could be facing impoundment of your vehicle, license suspension, probation, mandatory alcohol abuse programs, jail time, and a permanent criminal record.  Don’t let this happen to you, our attorneys are standing by to speak with you immediately.

Contact a West Palm Beach Sobriety Checkpoint Attorney from the firm today.

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