MADD: Checkpoints Needed in Wisconsin

Would random, sobriety checkpoints catch drunk drivers in Wisconsin? Undoubtedly, says Frank Harris from Mothers Against Drunk Driving. But the point of sobriety checkpoints, he says, is to deter drunk driving in the first place with the threat of getting caught.   He says, drivers in Wisconsin, facing the possibility of checkpoints, are much more likely to get a ride from sober friend or use services like the Safe Ride program.  Lawmakers in Madison are currently considering a sobriety checkpoint measure. Wisconsin is currently one of just ten states where the checkpoints are prohibited.

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