Tag: DUI Checkpoint

Tulsa DUI Checkpoint; Friday, 4/20/18

Tulsa DUI Checkpoint in on Friday, 4/20/18. As reported in the Tulsa World, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the Tulsa Police Department, the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office and the ABLE Commission will operate the DUI checkpoint at an undisclosed location in the Tulsa area from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., according to a news release. “Although DUI checkpoints normally are conducted late on Saturday evenings, OHP spokesman Dwight Durant confirmed the upcoming checkpoint is happening on a Friday afternoon because of the date’s (4/20) significance in cannabis culture.” The Tulsa World article can be viewed here. 

East Tulsa DUI Checkpoint UpdateDUI Checkpoint in Tulsa

DUI checkpoints function as a general purpose investigatory tactic whereby police can get a close look at passing drivers by detaining them briefly. A roadblock Tulsa DUI checkpoint is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to view inside the vehicle for a moment. While this type of random stop may seem unconstitutional at first blush, both the United States Supreme Court and the Oklahoma courts have upheld the validity in certain circumstances.

We will keep you informed regarding any updates for the DUI Checkpoint that come to our attention.

Tulsa Criminal Defense

Our firm has over 15 years of experience fighting tough criminal cases and defending Oklahomans. Put our experience to work for you. We offer competitive rates, and payment plans in most cases. Protect your and freedoms immediately. Contact our Tulsa criminal defense lawyer at (918) 582-9LAW (9529) or toll-free at 866-209-1868.

DUI Defense

Any drunk driving or drug-related DUI charge is a serious matter, whatever the exact circumstances and wherever the arrest occurred. Please recognize that: a basic first-offense Oklahoma DUI conviction can bring a sentence of up to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine plus hundreds in additional fees, driver’s license suspension and more. Additionally, “aggravating factors” such as a prior DUI conviction or the presence of a person under 18 in the vehicle significantly increase the potential for a lengthy jail sentence and other life-changing penalties. If you have questions regarding this, or any other criminal matter, contact our Tulsa DUI attorney for a free consultation.

Midtown Tulsa DUI Checkpoint

DUI Checkpoint in the Brookside area on Saturday March 17, 2018

DUI Checkpoint in the Brookside area. As reported in the Tulsa World,

The Tulsa Police Department will conduct a DUI checkpoint in the Brookside area on Saturday night to reduce the number of impaired drivers on St. Patrick’s Day. The agency announced the checkpoint Tuesday afternoon but did not specify where in Brookside it would occur.

The article can be accessed here.

East Tulsa DUI Checkpoint UpdateDUI Checkpoint in Brookside Area

DUI checkpoints function as a general purpose investigatory tactic whereby police can get a close look at passing drivers by detaining them briefly. A roadblock Tulsa DUI checkpoint is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to view inside the vehicle for a moment. While this type of random stop may seem unconstitutional at first blush, both the United States Supreme Court and the Oklahoma courts have upheld the validity in certain circumstances.

We will keep you informed regarding any updates for the DUI Checkpoint that come to our attention.

Tulsa Criminal Defense

Our firm has over 15 years of experience fighting tough criminal cases and defending Oklahomans. Put our experience to work for you. We offer competitive rates, and payment plans in most cases. Protect your and freedoms immediately. Contact our Tulsa criminal defense lawyer at (918) 582-9LAW (9529) or toll-free at 866-209-1868.

DUI Defense

Any drunk driving or drug-related DUI charge is a serious matter, whatever the exact circumstances and wherever the arrest occurred. Please recognize that: a basic first-offense Oklahoma DUI conviction can bring a sentence of up to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine plus hundreds in additional fees, driver’s license suspension and more. Additionally, “aggravating factors” such as a prior DUI conviction or the presence of a person under 18 in the vehicle significantly increase the potential for a lengthy jail sentence and other life-changing penalties. If you have questions regarding this, or any other criminal matter, contact our Tulsa DUI attorney for a free consultation.

DUI Checkpoint at 41st and Sheridan planned for Saturday, August 5th

DUI Checkpoint at 41st and Sheridan planned for Saturday, August 5th

DUI Checkpoint at 41st and Sheridan:  The Tulsa Police Department reported a DUI Checkpoint will be held on August 5th, 2017 around the area of 41st and Sheridan from 10 pm until 3 am. The Tulsa World reported the location.

Midtown Tulsa DUI CheckpointDUI Checkpoint at 41st and Sheridan

DUI checkpoints function as a general purpose investigatory tactic whereby police can get a close look at passing drivers by detaining them briefly. A roadblock Tulsa DUI checkpoint is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to view inside the vehicle for a moment. While this type of random stop may seem unconstitutional at first blush, both the United States Supreme Court and the Oklahoma courts have upheld the validity in certain circumstances.

We will keep you informed regarding any updates for the DUI Checkpoint that come to our attention.

Tulsa Criminal Defense

Our firm has over 15 years of experience fighting tough criminal cases and defending Oklahomans. Put our experience to work for you. We offer competitive rates, and payment plans in most cases. Protect your and freedoms immediately. Contact our Tulsa criminal defense lawyer at (918) 582-9LAW (9529) or toll-free at 866-209-1868.

DUI Defense

Any drunk driving or drug-related DUI charge is a serious matter, whatever the exact circumstances and wherever the arrest occurred. Please recognize that: a basic first-offense Oklahoma DUI conviction can bring a sentence of up to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine plus hundreds in additional fees, driver’s license suspension and more. Additionally, “aggravating factors” such as a prior DUI conviction or the presence of a person under 18 in the vehicle significantly increase the potential for a lengthy jail sentence and other life-changing penalties. If you have questions regarding this, or any other criminal matter, contact our Tulsa DUI attorney for a free consultation.

Tulsa DUI Checkpoint Update

DUI Checkpoint in the Brookside area on Friday, May 26, 2017

DUI Checkpoint in the Brookside area:  The Tulsa Police Department reported a DUI Checkpoint will be held on May 26, 2017 in the Brookside area from 10 pm until 3 am. The statement on the TPD website states the following:

“On Friday, May 26, 2017 the Tulsa Police Department Riverside Division, with assistance from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office, will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint in the Brookside area within the Riverside Division area of operation (south of E. 11th St. and west of S. Sheridan Rd.) in relation to upcoming Memorial Day holiday.  This sobriety checkpoint is an effort to get intoxicated drivers off the road in order to reduce injuries and deaths as well as to raise awareness of the dangers caused by alcohol and drug-impaired driving.”

East Tulsa DUI Checkpoint UpdateDUI Checkpoint in Brookside Area

DUI checkpoints function as a general purpose investigatory tactic whereby police can get a close look at passing drivers by detaining them briefly. A roadblock Tulsa DUI checkpoint is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to view inside the vehicle for a moment. While this type of random stop may seem unconstitutional at first blush, both the United States Supreme Court and the Oklahoma courts have upheld the validity in certain circumstances.

We will keep you informed regarding any updates for the DUI Checkpoint that come to our attention.

Tulsa Criminal Defense

Our firm has over 15 years of experience fighting tough criminal cases and defending Oklahomans. Put our experience to work for you. We offer competitive rates, and payment plans in most cases. Protect your and freedoms immediately. Contact our Tulsa criminal defense lawyer at (918) 582-9LAW (9529) or toll-free at 866-209-1868.

DUI Defense

Any drunk driving or drug-related DUI charge is a serious matter, whatever the exact circumstances and wherever the arrest occurred. Please recognize that: a basic first-offense Oklahoma DUI conviction can bring a sentence of up to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine plus hundreds in additional fees, driver’s license suspension and more. Additionally, “aggravating factors” such as a prior DUI conviction or the presence of a person under 18 in the vehicle significantly increase the potential for a lengthy jail sentence and other life-changing penalties. If you have questions regarding this, or any other criminal matter, contact our Tulsa DUI attorney for a free consultation.

North Tulsa DUI Checkpoint Update

North Tulsa DUI Checkpoint on Saturday March 11 at UndIsclosed Location

North Tulsa DUI Checkpoint update:  The Tulsa World reported that a DUI Checkpoint will be held on March 11 at an undisclosed location in North Tulsa from 10 pm until 3 am.

The World article can be viewed here.

North Tulsa DUI Checkpoint UpdateNorth Tulsa DUI Checkpoint update

DUI checkpoints function as a general purpose investigatory tactic whereby police can get a close look at passing drivers by detaining them briefly. A roadblock Tulsa DUI checkpoint is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to view inside the vehicle for a moment. While this type of random stop may seem unconstitutional at first blush, both the United States Supreme Court and the Oklahoma courts have upheld the validity in certain circumstances.

We will keep you informed regarding any updates for the DUI Checkpoint that come to our attention.

Tulsa Criminal Defense

Our firm has over 15 years of experience fighting tough criminal cases and defending Oklahomans. Put our experience to work for you. We offer competitive rates, and payment plans in most cases. Protect your and freedoms immediately. Contact our Tulsa criminal defense lawyer at (918) 582-9LAW (9529) or toll-free at 866-209-1868.

DUI Defense

Any drunk driving or drug-related DUI charge is a serious matter, whatever the exact circumstances and wherever the arrest occurred. Please recognize that: a basic first-offense Oklahoma DUI conviction can bring a sentence of up to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine plus hundreds in additional fees, driver’s license suspension and more. Additionally, “aggravating factors” such as a prior DUI conviction or the presence of a person under 18 in the vehicle significantly increase the potential for a lengthy jail sentence and other life-changing penalties. If you have questions regarding this, or any other criminal matter, contact our Tulsa DUI attorney for a free consultation.

DUI Checkpoint in Downtown Tulsa on Saturday January 21

DUI Checkpoint in Downtown Tulsa update:  The Tulsa World reported that a DUI Checkpoint will be held on January 21 at an undisclosed location downtown from 10 pm until 3 am.

The World article can be viewed here.

East Tulsa DUI Checkpoint UpdateDowntown Tulsa DUI Checkpoint update

DUI checkpoints function as a general purpose investigatory tactic whereby police can get a close look at passing drivers by detaining them briefly. A roadblock Tulsa DUI checkpoint is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to view inside the vehicle for a moment. While this type of random stop may seem unconstitutional at first blush, both the United States Supreme Court and the Oklahoma courts have upheld the validity in certain circumstances.

We will keep you informed regarding any updates for the DUI Checkpoint that come to our attention.

Tulsa Criminal Defense

Our firm has over 15 years of experience fighting tough criminal cases and defending Oklahomans. Put our experience to work for you. We offer competitive rates, and payment plans in most cases. Protect your and freedoms immediately. Contact our Tulsa criminal defense lawyer at (918) 582-9LAW (9529) or toll-free at 866-209-1868.

DUI Defense

Any drunk driving or drug-related DUI charge is a serious matter, whatever the exact circumstances and wherever the arrest occurred. Please recognize that: a basic first-offense Oklahoma DUI conviction can bring a sentence of up to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine plus hundreds in additional fees, driver’s license suspension and more. Additionally, “aggravating factors” such as a prior DUI conviction or the presence of a person under 18 in the vehicle significantly increase the potential for a lengthy jail sentence and other life-changing penalties. If you have questions regarding this, or any other criminal matter, contact our Tulsa DUI attorney for a free consultation.

Tulsa DUI Checkpoint Update

New Year’s Eve DUI Checkpoint in Downtown Tulsa

Downtown Tulsa DUI Checkpoint update:  The Tulsa Police Department released a statement regarding a DUI Checkpoint on December 31st at an undisclosed location downtown from 10 pm until 3 am.

The TPD statement can be found here.

East Tulsa DUI Checkpoint UpdateDowntown Tulsa DUI Checkpoint update

DUI checkpoints function as a general purpose investigatory tactic whereby police can get a close look at passing drivers by detaining them briefly. A roadblock Tulsa DUI checkpoint is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to view inside the vehicle for a moment. While this type of random stop may seem unconstitutional at first blush, both the United States Supreme Court and the Oklahoma courts have upheld the validity in certain circumstances.

We will keep you informed regarding any updates for the DUI Checkpoint that come to our attention.

Tulsa Criminal Defense

Our firm has over 15 years of experience fighting tough criminal cases and defending Oklahomans. Put our experience to work for you. We offer competitive rates, and payment plans in most cases. Protect your and freedoms immediately. Contact our Tulsa criminal defense lawyer at (918) 582-9LAW (9529) or toll-free at 866-209-1868.

DUI Defense

Any drunk driving or drug-related DUI charge is a serious matter, whatever the exact circumstances and wherever the arrest occurred. Please recognize that: a basic first-offense Oklahoma DUI conviction can bring a sentence of up to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine plus hundreds in additional fees, driver’s license suspension and more. Additionally, “aggravating factors” such as a prior DUI conviction or the presence of a person under 18 in the vehicle significantly increase the potential for a lengthy jail sentence and other life-changing penalties. If you have questions regarding this, or any other criminal matter, contact our Tulsa DUI attorney for a free consultation.

North Tulsa DUI Checkpoint Update

Broken Arrow DUI Checkpoint on Friday December 30

Broken Arrow DUI Checkpoint update:  Local authorities released a statement regarding a Broken Arrow DUI Checkpoint on December 30th at 71st (Kenosha) and 23rd St from 10 pm until 3 am.

More information can be found in a recent Tulsa World story here.

East Tulsa DUI Checkpoint UpdateBroken Arrow DUI Checkpoint update

DUI checkpoints function as a general purpose investigatory tactic whereby police can get a close look at passing drivers by detaining them briefly. A roadblock Tulsa DUI checkpoint is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to view inside the vehicle for a moment. While this type of random stop may seem unconstitutional at first blush, both the United States Supreme Court and the Oklahoma courts have upheld the validity in certain circumstances.

We will keep you informed regarding any updates for the Broken Arrow DUI Checkpoint that come to our attention.

Tulsa Criminal Defense

Our firm has over 15 years of experience fighting tough criminal cases and defending Oklahomans. Put our experience to work for you. We offer competitive rates, and payment plans in most cases. Protect your and freedoms immediately. Contact our Tulsa criminal defense lawyer at (918) 582-9LAW (9529) or toll-free at 866-209-1868.

DUI Defense

Any drunk driving or drug-related DUI charge is a serious matter, whatever the exact circumstances and wherever the arrest occurred. Please recognize that: a basic first-offense Oklahoma DUI conviction can bring a sentence of up to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine plus hundreds in additional fees, driver’s license suspension and more. Additionally, “aggravating factors” such as a prior DUI conviction or the presence of a person under 18 in the vehicle significantly increase the potential for a lengthy jail sentence and other life-changing penalties. If you have questions regarding this, or any other criminal matter, contact our Tulsa DUI attorney for a free consultation.

DUI Checkpoint at 41st and Sheridan planned for Saturday, August 5th

Downtown Tulsa DUI Checkpoint on Septmeber 3rd at Undisclosed Location

Downtown Tulsa DUI Checkpoint update:  The Tulsa Police Department released a statement regarding a DUI Checkpoint on September 3 2016 at an undisclosed location downtown from 10 pm until 3 am.

The TPD statement can be found here.

East Tulsa DUI Checkpoint UpdateDowntown Tulsa DUI Checkpoint update

DUI checkpoints function as a general purpose investigatory tactic whereby police can get a close look at passing drivers by detaining them briefly. A roadblock Tulsa DUI checkpoint is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to view inside the vehicle for a moment. While this type of random stop may seem unconstitutional at first blush, both the United States Supreme Court and the Oklahoma courts have upheld the validity in certain circumstances.

We will keep you informed regarding any updates for the DUI Checkpoint that come to our attention.

Tulsa Criminal Defense

Our firm has over 15 years of experience fighting tough criminal cases and defending Oklahomans. Put our experience to work for you. We offer competitive rates, and payment plans in most cases. Protect your and freedoms immediately. Contact our Tulsa criminal defense lawyer at (918) 582-9LAW (9529) or toll-free at 866-209-1868.

DUI Defense

Any drunk driving or drug-related DUI charge is a serious matter, whatever the exact circumstances and wherever the arrest occurred. Please recognize that: a basic first-offense Oklahoma DUI conviction can bring a sentence of up to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine plus hundreds in additional fees, driver’s license suspension and more. Additionally, “aggravating factors” such as a prior DUI conviction or the presence of a person under 18 in the vehicle significantly increase the potential for a lengthy jail sentence and other life-changing penalties. If you have questions regarding this, or any other criminal matter, contact our Tulsa DUI attorney for a free consultation.

Tulsa DUI Checkpoint Update

DUI Checkpoint on Friday, August 26 near 11th and Harvard

Tulsa DUI Checkpoint update:  The Tulsa World published an article regarding plans to set up a DUI Checkpoint on August 26, 2016 at 11th and Harvard from 10 pm until 3 am

The Tulsa World article can be found here.

East Tulsa DUI Checkpoint UpdateTulsa DUI Checkpoint Update

Tulsa DUI Checkpoint update.

 

DUI checkpoints function as a general purpose investigatory tactic whereby police can get a close look at passing drivers by detaining them briefly. A roadblock Tulsa DUI checkpoint is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to view inside the vehicle for a moment. While this type of random stop may seem unconstitutional at first blush, both the United States Supreme Court and the Oklahoma courts have upheld the validity in certain circumstances.

We will keep you informed regarding any updates for the DUI Checkpoint that come to our attention.

Tulsa Criminal Defense

Our firm has over 15 years of experience fighting tough criminal cases and defending Oklahomans. Put our experience to work for you. We offer competitive rates, and payment plans in most cases. Protect your and freedoms immediately. Contact our Tulsa criminal defense lawyer at (918) 582-9LAW (9529) or toll-free at 866-209-1868.

DUI Defense

Any drunk driving or drug-related DUI charge is a serious matter, whatever the exact circumstances and wherever the arrest occurred. Please recognize that: a basic first-offense Oklahoma DUI conviction can bring a sentence of up to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine plus hundreds in additional fees, driver’s license suspension and more. Additionally, “aggravating factors” such as a prior DUI conviction or the presence of a person under 18 in the vehicle significantly increase the potential for a lengthy jail sentence and other life-changing penalties. If you have questions regarding this, or any other criminal matter, contact our Tulsa DUI attorney for a free consultation.