Even if you haven’t been drinking, seeing a DUI checkpoint ahead can make you apprehensive and nervous. Agencies are required to announce the location of DUI checkpoints. You should look in local newspapers and government websites for announcements. Checkpoints are often located on major roadways connecting entertainment areas or on the way out of town. They are often scheduled for weekends or around major holidays.
If you’ve been charged with a DUI, contact the Gordon Law Firm, PC today online or at 703-218-8416 to discuss your case for free with an experienced DUI lawyer. We welcome clients from Fairfax County, Loudoun County, and Prince William County, including Manassas, Leesburg, and Fairfax.