Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Know your rights at a DUI checkpoint. Attorney Matt Wallin explains the law behind this popular video.

DUI checkpoints necessarily involve temporary detentions made on absolutely no particularized suspicion of criminal activity. The general rule is that suspicionless detentions are a Fourth Amendment violation

Know your rights at a DUI checkpoint. Attorney Matt Wallin explains the law behind this popular video.



 -Do you have to show ID at a DUI checkpoint? 

-What are "objective symptoms?" 

-Is "being detained" different from "under arrest?"  

-What are the passengers' rights? 

Matthew B. Wallin, Esq.

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