Social Media and DUI Checkpoints

TwitterWith smartphone apps, tweets from law enforcement and an overall presence of social media in our lives, it is probably not surprising that Twitter has become a method for drunk drivers to avoid DUI and DWI checkpoints. In an editorial on sherwoodparknews.com, the nature of why people are Tweeting the location of the checkpoints is questioned. While some may see it as a way to get around the possibility of a long wait at a traffic stop, are others using it to continue to drive while drinking? Read more here: Tweeting Checkstop locations an issue

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