Orlando 2012 Memorial Day DUI Saturation Patrol!

Posted by Matt Olszewski on May 24, 2012

Law enforcement across the country, including here in Central Florida, are stepping up drunk-driving enforcement over this holiday weekend. This Friday night, May 25, 2012, numerous police agencies in Orange County will be patrolling West Orange County with 50+ officers dedicated solely to looking for drunk drivers in Windermere, Ocoee, Oakland and the surrounding areas. The operation will run from 8:30pm till approximately 4:00am.

A saturation patrol is different than a DUI checkpoint in that there are no warning signs posted and every car is not stopped and checked out. A saturation patrol involves law enforcement officer conducting regular traffic enforcement, making regular traffic stops, with the concentration on making DUI arrests. With 50+ cops out there, there will end up being lots of traffic stops and inevitably, lots of DUI arrests.

If you plan to drink, plan not to drive. Designate a driver. Call a cab. Dealing with a DUI is not a good way to start your summer.


No DUI arrest is perfect. Law Enforcement officers are human. They make mistakes. Breath Test Operators are human. They also make mistakes. Breath Test Inspectors are human. They too can make mistakes. The breath test machine isn’t perfect. It often makes mistakes and in some circumstances can be flat out wrong. The FL DUI Group knows DUI cases. The FL DUI Group knows the mistakes that occur in DUI cases and we will expose those mistakes to the judge and jury. Let our experience work for you. Your case deserves dedicated DUI defense. It’s what we do. If you have been arrested for DUI in Orlando, Tampa or West Palm Beach, contact the FL DUI Group today (855-MY-FL-DUI) to schedule your free case evaluation.

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