A DUI sobriety checkpoint is scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, September 1st, from 8pm-5am in the southeast part of the valley. The checkpoint will be administered by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Learn more in our article about Nevada DUI checkpoint laws, including:
- how to avoid checkpoints legally,
- how to act when you go through a checkpoint,
- what to expect at a checkpoint,
- field sobriety tests,
- breath versus blood tests,
- DUI defenses and penalties
Remember that driving high on marijuana is just as illegal as driving drunk. And it is also illegal to drive with open containers of alcohol or marijuana.
If you have any questions, call our Las Vegas DUI defense lawyers.