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Maryland Official Wants To Put Brakes on DUI App

If you want to know where the police are on the hunt for drunk drivers, all you need to do is download an app, and Maryland's Attorney General wants to put a stop to it.

Sobriety checkpoints are a frequently used method to catch drivers who've had a little too much to drink. But as CNS-TVs Deanna LeBlanc found out, you can now keep track of those checkpoints. That has the state's top law officer fighting back.

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Star April 01, 2011 at 07:25 PM
I don't understand why the Maryland Officials don't like this app., it only helps to keep them from getting caught drinking and driving, but then again, they get away with it any way.

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