Delaware Superior Court Invalidates DUI/Drunk Driving Arrest Resulting From a Checkpoint


The defendant Terry was arrested on August 17, 2012 during a stop at a sobriety checkpoint ("the Checkpoint"). Terry was ultimately charged with DUI (driving under the influence/drunk driving). On May 6, 2013 Terry's attorney filed a motion to suppress challenging the legality of the checkpoint and his client's subsequent arrest for DUI.

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