Sobriety Checkpoints May Be Over in MissouriMissouri lawmakers effectively eliminated funding for sobriety checkpoints for the fiscal year that begins in July
Sobriety Checkpoint Funding Could DisappearAfter much debate weighing motorists' rights to avoid unreasonable searches against the state's interest in keeping roads safe, the House passed a budget that would prohibit the use of state funds for checkpoints.
Social Media Alters Strategy on DUI EnforcementDeputies used to do checkpoints that lasted for hours, but now word travels through Facebook and Twitter significantly dropping arrests.
St. Louis County to Conduct Sobriety CheckpointsPolice say inconvenience to motorists should be minimal.

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