"Year of the Checkpoint"
Looks like the editorial staff of the Sacramento Bee, while not concerned for exactly the same reasons I am, wants courts to deal with some of the abuses of the drunk driving checkpoint system.
And I still don't think I'm too far off in my belief these checkpoints will not only increase in number, but scope as well. Especially when some local officials are proclaiming this the Year of the Checkpoint. Sounds like they're proud of them.
Sadly, once again, most of those commenting on the editorial don't seem to have any concerns about abuses. One comment even suggests cars should also be impounded for talking on one's cell phone while driving.
Those who would give up liberty...
Labels: Drunk Driving Checkpoints