Another major holiday means another Las Vegas DUI checkpoint. Below is the Las Vegas Metro Police press release on the checkpoint for this evening. It’s not really surprising, given how much this holiday, Saint Patrick’s Day, has come to be about drinking. But no matter what happens out there tonight, you know that 24hourticketpower.com is the absolute best way to fight a Las Vegas DUI online. We certainly understand and can appreciate Las Vegas Metro Police’ goal of cutting down on Las Vegas DUI vehicle crashes and injuries. However, for us, the person accused of driving under the influence is entitled to the best legal defense out there, and that is 24hourticketpower.com. Now if you’re reading this, you’re likely past the point where the below information is useful. But what is useful is our website 24hourticketpower.com which lets you fight a Las Vegas DUI arrest online with top traffic attorneys.
“The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s Traffic Bureau along with Officers from the area commands will be conducting a “Sobriety Checkpoint” in the Las Vegas Valley, on March 17, 2017. This checkpoint is being supported by a EUDL (Enforcing Under Age Drinking Laws) and Joining Forces grant. LVMPD Traffic and Patrol Officers, as well as other jurisdictions, will take part in this event to focus on both drug and/or alcohol impaired drivers in the hope of reducing the impact of impaired drivers. The checkpoint will be conducted on Friday March 17, 2017 between the hours of 7 p.m. and 3 a.m. The location selected for this checkpoint has had approximately 199 calls for service involving collisions and 51 calls for service involving impaired drivers. The last checkpoint held at this location, resulted in 32 arrests for DUI. The checkpoint will focus on identifying drug and alcohol impaired drivers to include juveniles, young adults, and older adults, before they get involved in a collision, thereby increasing the safety for all Southern Nevada motorists. The point of contact for this event will be Lt. Dave Jacoby, who can be reached at 702- 807-0186 on March 17, 2017, after 7:00 p.m. If you have any further questions regarding this event, please contact Lt. Jacoby.”