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DUI Checkpoints in Florida
DUI Checkpoints in Florida

Also known as sobriety checkpoints and roadblocks, DUI checkpoints are legal in Florida. The purpose of a checkpoint is to check for potentially intoxicated drivers. Police departments generally set up roadblocks when there is an increased chance of impaired motorists. ...

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