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Fargo police say sobriety checkpoints are effective
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Each driver stops for less than a minute at the checkpoint. Police officers quickly assess drivers. They depend on the smell of alcohol, or signs a driver is impaired, to determine if field sobriety tests should be done.   (MPR photo/Dan Gunderson)

Each driver stops for less than a minute at the checkpoint. Police officers quickly assess drivers. They depend on the smell of alcohol, or signs a driver is impaired, to determine if field sobriety tests should be done.

(MPR photo/Dan Gunderson)
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