Do I Need to Stop at a Sobriety Checkpoint?
With the holidays at hand, more people are on the roadways traveling to and from family gatherings and company parties. This time of year, there is an increase in the number of DUI accidents and arrests. Law enforcement may utilize sobriety checkpoints to find drivers who are driving while intoxicated or under the influence. The legal limit in North Carolina is 0.08% BAC (blood alcohol concentration). If you are found to have a BAC at or higher than 0.08%, you could be charged with DWI in North Carolina.
What is a Sobriety Checkpoint?