With the holidays upon us, expect Montgomery county police to set up random DWI stop and enforcement checkpoints throughout the county.
While making an arrest during a DWI checkpoint is fairly simplistic to include the traffic stop, the actual enforcement of these actions in the District Court of Maryland is very complicated.
There are a number of legal obligations and requirements police must establish in order to demonstrate a proper DWI checkpoint as well as a valid traffic stop when the case goes to court.
Make sure you have experienced counsel with you when you go to court which is what matters most to your case. Trials are not won and lost on the side of the road when you are stopped.
Let our seasoned, experienced attorneys help you with your DWI case.