*We have not researched his claims and don’t know if they actually work in your city or state. Circumstances also probably depend on the officers working the DUI checkpoints.*
Typically, when a driver approaches a DUI checkpoint, police officers ask them to roll their window down, and after a few quick questions, attempt to prove to them that they haven’t been drinking.
Like Adam Kokesh featured in the video above, many people believe that commonly-used drunk driving checkpoint actually violate drivers’ constitutional rights.
We are taught not to mess with authority, but Kokesh has some tips for people wanting to know how to properly handle a sobriety checkpoint.