Archive for December, 2009
‘Tis the season for holiday parties and New Year’s celebrations. Alcohol consumption is often an integral part of these celebrations. As a result, the Tennessee Highway Patrol has announced a plan to increase enforcement as part of National Drunk & Drugged Driving Prevention Month. Throughout the state of Tennessee, Troopers will be conducting more than 100 sobriety checkpoints (also known as DUI roadblocks) and driver license checkpoints from now through the New Year’s holiday.
To read more about the increased enforcement and to review a list of planned driver license and DUI roadblock dates and locations, click here. For more information about the crime of Driving Under the Influence in Tennessee, please visit www.tndui.com.