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SD Supreme Court: Avoiding DUI checkpoint doesn't justify stop

Published 04/19/2012

PIERRE (AP) — A driver's avoidance of a sobriety checkpoint does not by itself give police sufficient reason to stop a vehicle and check whether the driver is intoxicated, the South Dakota Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

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