This Note examines the constitutional and policy implications of sobriety checkpoints. Part I discusses the competing interests involved in implementing sobriety checkpoints. Part II presents an appropriate constitutional standard for judging sobriety checkpoints. Part III proposes reform-oriented measures that conform to constitutional guidelines. This Note concludes that properly conducted sobriety checkpoints are constitutional.
Mark R. Soble,
Clearing the Roadblocks to Sobriety Checkpoints,
U. Mich. J. L. Reform
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mjlr/vol21/iss3/5