What rights do Floridians have at DUI checkpoints?
Take a look at this article about Florida DUI checkpoints. Read more to learn what rights drivers have when stopped by authorities at these checkpoints. Law enforcement agencies in Florida often conduct DUI checkpoints to identify and arrest drunk drivers. While answering questions and performing roadside tests are potentially incriminating, they are generally voluntary. Once placed under arrest, however, Florida drivers must submit to chemical testing, including breath tests. Refusing chemical tests could carry penalties on top of those that may be imposed if people are convicted of DUI.