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DUI Attorney Obtains Cop’s Manual | DUI Lawyer Investigates

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DUI Attorney / Lawyer just obtained a DUI Traffic Cop’s Manual during our continuing investigation of DUI Traffic Stops. The plan calls a driver a violator before the  “investigation” is completed.  See red text in excerpt from DUI Manual below. 


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There are provisions for special interest groups to hand out literature and have contact with cars that have been stopped. The manual states, “Any non-sworn personnel . . . who wish to provide educational and/or awareness literature regarding a component of the [ Comprehensive Roadside Safety Checkpoint  ] CRSC [can contact drivers and educate them and to]  help drivers understand the importance of Comprehensive Roadside Safety Checkpoints.” Nice to see that the same groups that give rewards to DUI cops in their arrest contests, telling drivers how lucky they are to be stopped by the cops without probable cause and without having committed a traffic violation.

Excerpt:

Here is the DUI cop’s Standardized Greeting: All Checkpoint Line Officers will say, “Good evening, I am (Rank) (Name) with the (Agency), and we are conducting a comprehensive roadside safety checkpoint.”

Cops “Will use a Comprehensive Roadside Safety Checkpoint (CRSC) to deter those who violate the laws, which regulate and control motor vehicle traffic. This can include, but not be limited to: driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages, chemical substances, or with an unlawful blood alcohol level; equipment, unsafe, faulty or defective condition; motor vehicle registration, driver’s licenses, and security required, proof of security and display thereof.”

Notice the plan calls a driver a violator before they complete the “investigation.” Here is how the operation is run: “Checkpoint Line Officers will be responsible for making the initial driver contact by formally stopping the selected vehicle inside the designated checkpoint lane. He / she will initiate the contact with the greeting determined in the operational plan unless emergency and unforeseeable situations arise, which dictate otherwise. The Checkpoint Line Officers may take enforcement action on any violation of law that they observe during the CRSC. If the Checkpoint Line Officer takes enforcement action, he / she will remain with the violator throughout the process until released on recognizance or booked. Another Checkpoint Line Officer can take his / her place in the checkpoint lanes to keep the vehicles from waiting too long. If the violation is determined to be for D.U.I., the Checkpoint Line Officer will move the violator to an area pre-determined to conduct the appropriate and safe investigation, and an additional Checkpoint Line Officer will move the affected vehicle out of the checkpoint lanes during the investigation.

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