It's not called entrapment, and it's definitely not illegal. It's called law enforcement. I do have an issue with the way Leland PD handles themselves during these License / DUI checkpoints - they ALWAYS ask questions they have NO business asking like "where you coming from, where you going to, etc" But, look at their history, and current issues.
I have never had an issue with with the way the State Troopers, either sheriff's dept., or Wilmington PD does theirs. You see it, you get your license out, turn on the interior light. 10 second stop goes like "How's it going Today", answer: "pretty good, no problem, etc". And I'm on my way. Valid license, insurance, reg., car owned by me, not drinking, etc. Doesn't bother me a bit.
Like anther said, it they catch that many, that quick, they need to do more.
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