If I see a DUI checkpoint or roadblock ahead of me and I turn around to avoid it, will the police assume I'm avoiding them and come after me?

Yes, they might come after you.  In Fairfax County, many checkpoints are set up so that they have advance notice, and there will be some natural intersection where you can smoothly turn off and go another way.  Cops know that drunks don't usually read the signs very well and don't think fast, so the folks who turn may just be "let go."  

If you turn into a driveway and turn around, or make a U-Turn at a Fairfax County DUI Roadblock, then you will probably be more suspicious.  

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Our Mission is to get the best possible result for each client, while including the client in the decision-making process along the way.  Every case is different, so we strive to gain detailed knowledge of the special facts and then find all of the relevant law to help get the best result either at trial or by negotiation.

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Our Office is located at Fairfax Courthouse.   The Courthouse and Jail are right outside my window and you can’t park any closer than our office.  We focus on defense of DUI, traffic, and other misdemeanor and drug charges.

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