Wakefield selectmen defend sobriety checkpoints funded by federal debt
Resident Steve Brown said he thought the sobriety checkpoints violate the Fourth Amendment (prohibiting unreasonable searches and seizures) and also questioned the value of a checkpoint since people are told in advance about it. In his opinion using roving patrols was a better use of the money. "Besides, it's federal money, and the fed doesn't have any."
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