NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR) – The Norman Police Division says it’s making a concentrated effort to establish impaired drivers with a checkpoint this Friday.
Officers with the Norman Police Division will conduct impaired driving enforcement Friday with a ‘No Refusal’ DUI checkpoint.
They are saying their purpose is to discourage individuals who have been consuming from getting behind the wheel.
In the course of the checkpoint, suspected impaired drivers who refuse sobriety checks might be topic to an officer searching for a search warrant for a blood pattern.
The legislation permits an officer to request a search warrant for a person’s blood pattern after they refuse the State’s Implied Consent Check. If a decide grants a search warrant, proof obtained from a suspected impaired driver could also be used of their legal prosecution.
In the event you see an impaired driver on the street, contact the Norman Police Division at 405-321-1444.
If you will devour alcohol, plan forward and designate a sober driver. Norman police will present zero tolerance for impaired driving.
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