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STATE POLICE SCHEDULE SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 2010

Joseph Coupal - Sunday, June 06, 2010
The Massachusetts State Police have scheduled a sobriety checkpoint for Saturday, June 12, 2010. The roadblock will take place at various hours, and will continue into Sunday, June 13, 2010. The checkpoint will be set up on a secondary state highway in Essex County. Essex County is made up of cities and towns north of Boston, from Amesbury and Danvers to Gloucester and Marblehead. The State Police often team up with local law enforcement when operating these checkpoints, which may utilize over a dozen officers at a time as well as mobile breath testing equipment contained in so-called BAT Mobiles, which are large trucks that the police use to process those arrested at the roadblocks. Many of these roadblocks are part of the nationwide “Over The Limit, Under Arrest” mobilization, for which state and federal grant money is used to fund police overtime, equipment and education. The constitutionality of these sobriety checkpoints were recently upheld by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. However, the police must strictly comply with the many requirements that the Court has outlined in order for them to survive constitutional challenges, and the failure to do so may result in the exclusion of all evidence obtained against a defendant. If you are arrested following a roadblock or “sobriety checkpoint,” contact attorneys who know how to defend these cases successfully. Call Brooks & Crowley LLP at 781-251-0555.

STATE POLICE PLAN NEW SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT FOR THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 2010

Joseph Coupal - Sunday, June 06, 2010
The Massachusetts State Police recently announced that a “Sobriety Checkpoint” will be implemented by the State Police in Suffolk County, Massachusetts. This checkpoint is scheduled for Thursday, June 11, 2010 into Friday, June 11, 2010, and will take place during varied hours. Suffolk County is comprised of all of Boston, and the cities of Chelsea and Revere, Massachusetts. The State Police often team up with local law enforcement when operating these checkpoints, which may utilize over a dozen officers at a time as well as mobile breath testing equipment. Many of these roadblocks are part of the nationwide “Over The Limit, Under Arrest” mobilization, for which state and federal grant money is used to fund police overtime, equipment and education. The constitutionality of these checkpoints were recently upheld by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. However, the police must strictly comply with the many requirements that the Court has outlined, and the failure to do so may result in the exclusion of all evidence obtained against a defendant. If you are arrested following a roadblock or “sobriety checkpoint,” contact attorneys who know how to defend these cases successfully. Call Brooks & Crowley LLP at 781-251-0555.

MASSACHUSETTS STATE POLICE ANNOUNCE SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT FOR JUNE 4, 2010

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, June 01, 2010
The Massachusetts State Police have announced that it will implement a sobriety checkpoint for this Friday, June 4, 2010. The roadblock will take place at various hours, and will continue into Saturday, June 5, 2010. The checkpoint will be set up on a secondary state highway in Essex County. Essex County is made up of cities and towns north of Boston, from Amesbury and Danvers to Gloucester and Marblehead. The State Police often team up with local law enforcement when operating these checkpoints, which may utilize over a dozen officers at a time as well as mobile breath testing equipment. Many of these roadblocks are part of the nationwide “Over The Limit, Under Arrest” mobilization, for which state and federal grant money is used to fund police overtime, equipment and education. The constitutionality of these sobriety checkpoints were recently upheld by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. However, the police must strictly comply with the many requirements that the Court has outlined in order for them to survive constitutional challenges, and the failure to do so may result in the exclusion of all evidence obtained against a defendant. If you are arrested following a roadblock or “sobriety checkpoint,” contact an attorney who knows how to defend these cases successfully. Call Brooks & Crowley LLP at 781-251-0555.

MASSACHUSETTS STATE POLICE ANNOUNCE ROADBLOCK FOR JUNE 5, 2010

Joseph Coupal - Friday, May 28, 2010
The Massachusetts State Police have announced that a “sobriety checkpoint” will be implemented beginning Saturday, June 5, 2010 and continuing into June 6, 2010. The roadblock will take place on a secondary state highway in Worcester County. The State Police often team up with local law enforcement when operating the checkpoints, which may utilize over a dozen officers at a time as well as mobile breath testing equipment. Many of these roadblocks are part of the nationwide “Over The Limit, Under Arrest” mobilization, for which state and federal grant money is used to fund police overtime, equipment and education. Last year, the constitutionality of these checkpoints was again called into question, but the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court rejected the challenge. However, the police must strictly comply with the many requirements that the Court has outlined, and the failure to do so may result in the exclusion of all evidence obtained against a defendant. If you are arrested following a roadblock or “sobriety checkpoint,” contact an attorney who knows how to defend these cases successfully. Call Brooks & Crowley LLP at 781-251-0555.

MASSACHUSETTS STATE POLICE ANNOUNCE ANOTHER MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT

Joseph Coupal - Friday, May 28, 2010
The Massachusetts State Police have announced that a second “sobriety checkpoint” will be implemented over this Memorial Day weekend. This roadblock will take place on a secondary state highway beginning Friday, May 28, 2010 and continuing into Saturday, May 29, 2010. The roadblock will take place on a secondary state highway in Middlesex County. Middlesex County is the largest county in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, consisting of numerous cities and towns including Cambridge, Newton, Somerville, Lowell, and Framingham. The State Police often team up with local law enforcement when operating these checkpoints, which may utilize over a dozen officers at a time as well as mobile breath testing equipment. Many of these roadblocks are part of the nationwide “Over The Limit, Under Arrest” mobilization, for which state and federal grant money is used to fund police overtime, equipment and education. In 2009, the constitutionality of these checkpoints was again called into question, but the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court rejected the challenge. However, the police must strictly comply with the many requirements that the Court has outlined, and the failure to do so may result in the exclusion of all evidence obtained against a defendant. If you are arrested following a roadblock or “sobriety checkpoint,” contact an attorney who knows how to defend these cases successfully. Call Brooks & Crowley LLP at 781-251-0555.

MASSACHUSETTS STATE POLICE ANNOUNCE NEW SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT FOR MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND 2010

Joseph Coupal - Monday, May 24, 2010
The Massachusetts State Police has recently announced that a “sobriety checkpoint” will be implemented this Memorial Day Weekend, beginning Saturday, May 29, 2010 going into Sunday, May 30, 2010. The roadblock will take place on a secondary state highway in Barnstable County. Barnstable County is comprised of the entire geographic area known as Cape Cod, which stretches from Bourne to Provincetown, and includes Falmouth, Mashpee, Hyannis, Dennis, Harwich, Chatham, Eastham, Orleans and Wellfleet. Barnstable County does not include the islands of Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket. This checkpoint may not be the sole operation that the State Police undertake over the 2010 Memorial Day Weekend. Please check back with us often for any updates. The State Police often team up with local law enforcement when operating these checkpoints, which may utilize over a dozen officers at a time as well as mobile breath testing equipment. Many of these roadblocks are part of the nationwide “Over The Limit, Under Arrest” mobilization, for which state and federal grant money is used to fund police overtime, equipment and education. In 2009, the constitutionality of these checkpoints was again called into question, but the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court rejected the challenge. However, the police must strictly comply with the many requirements that the Court has outlined, and the failure to do so may result in the exclusion of all evidence obtained against a defendant. If you are arrested following a roadblock or “sobriety checkpoint,” contact an attorney who knows how to defend these cases successfully. Call Brooks & Crowley LLP at 781-251-0555.

MASSACHUSETTS STATE POLICE ANNOUNCE NEW SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT FOR MAY 21, 2010

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, May 19, 2010
The Massachusetts State Police recently announced that a “Sobriety Checkpoint” will be implemented by the State Police beginning Friday, May 21, 2010 and continuing into Saturday, May 22, 2010. The roadblock will take place at an undisclosed secondary state highway in Hampden County. Hampden County is comprised of Springfield, Chicopee, Hoyoke, Wilbraham, Westfield, and several other towns. The State Police often team up with local law enforcement when operating these checkpoints, which may utilize over a dozen officers at a time as well as mobile breath testing equipment. Many of these roadblocks are part of the nationwide “Over The Limit, Under Arrest” mobilization, for which state and federal grant money is used to fund police overtime, equipment and education. The constitutionality of these sobriety checkpoints were recently upheld by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. However, the police must strictly comply with the many requirements that the Court has outlined in order for them to survive constitutional challenges, and the failure to do so may result in the exclusion of all evidence obtained against a defendant. If you are arrested following a roadblock or “sobriety checkpoint,” contact an attorney who knows how to defend these cases successfully. Call Brooks & Crowley LLP at 781-251-0555.

MASSACHUSETTS STATE POLICE ANNOUNCE NEW SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT FOR MAY 22, 2010

Joseph Coupal - Monday, May 17, 2010
The Massachusetts State Police have announced that a “sobriety checkpoint” will be implemented on a secondary state highway on Saturday, May 22, 2010 into Sunday, May 23, 2010. The roadblock will take place on a secondary state highway in Middlesex County. Middlesex County is the largest county in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, consisting of numerous cities and towns including Cambridge, Newton, Somerville, Lowell, and Framingham. The State Police often team up with local law enforcement when operating these checkpoints, which may utilize over a dozen officers at a time as well as mobile breath testing equipment. Many of these roadblocks are part of the nationwide “Over The Limit, Under Arrest” mobilization, for which state and federal grant money is used to fund police overtime, equipment and education. In 2009, the constitutionality of these checkpoints was again called into question, but the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court rejected the challenge. However, the police must strictly comply with the many requirements that the Court has outlined, and the failure to do so may result in the exclusion of all evidence obtained against a defendant. If you are arrested following a roadblock or “sobriety checkpoint,” contact an attorney who knows how to defend these cases successfully. Call Brooks & Crowley LLP at 781-251-0555.

STATE POLICE ANNOUNCE NEW SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT FOR FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2010

Joseph Coupal - Sunday, May 09, 2010
The Massachusetts State Police have announced that a “sobriety checkpoint” will be implemented on a secondary state highway on Friday, March 26, 2010 into Saturday, March 27, 2010 in Worcester County. The State Police often team up with local law enforcement when operating the checkpoints, which may utilize over a dozen officers at a time as well as mobile breath testing equipment. Many of these roadblocks are part of the nationwide “Over The Limit, Under Arrest” mobilization, for which state and federal grant money is used to fund police overtime, equipment and education. In 2009, the constitutionality of these checkpoints was again called into question, but the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court rejected the challenge. However, the police must strictly comply with the many requirements that the Court has outlined, and the failure to do so may result in the exclusion of all evidence obtained against a defendant. If you are arrested following a roadblock or “sobriety checkpoint,” contact an attorney who knows how to defend these cases successfully. Call Brooks & Crowley LLP at 781-251-0555.

MASSACHUSETTS STATE POLICE ANNOUNCE NEW SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT FOR MAY 8, 2010

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 06, 2010
The Massachusetts State Police have announced that it will implement a sobriety checkpoint for Saturday, May 8, 2010. The roadblock will take place at various hours, and will continue into Sunday, May 9, 2010. The checkpoint will be set up on a secondary state highway in Essex County. Essex County is made up of cities and towns north of Boston, from Amesbury and Danvers to Gloucester and Marblehead. The State Police often team up with local law enforcement when operating these checkpoints, which may utilize over a dozen officers at a time as well as mobile breath testing equipment. Many of these roadblocks are part of the nationwide “Over The Limit, Under Arrest” mobilization, for which state and federal grant money is used to fund police overtime, equipment and education. The constitutionality of these sobriety checkpoints were recently upheld by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. However, the police must strictly comply with the many requirements that the Court has outlined in order for them to survive constitutional challenges, and the failure to do so may result in the exclusion of all evidence obtained against a defendant. If you are arrested following a roadblock or “sobriety checkpoint,” contact an attorney who knows how to defend these cases successfully. Call Brooks & Crowley LLP at 781-251-0555.

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