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First, I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that your response was submitted using a phone or other mobile device. If not, please don't admit otherwise. There were so many grammatical, punctuation and spelling errors in it that it was almost comical, especially given your statement about getting a failing grade in English class. That part actually made me chuckle.

Second, I applaud your disapproval of drinking and driving in general and agree with you to a certain extent about being able to enjoy our constitutional freedoms. But I think your comparison here is a little misguided.

So, to respond to your comment about checkpoints being illegal please follow this link at your earliest convenience:

http://www.ncsheriffs.org/documents/Motor-Vehicle-Checkpoints.pdf

Not only are sobriety checkpoints specifically authorized by statute in North Carolina, the US Supreme Court has even upheld them. So please explain how they're illegal.

Also, think about this: DWI is an implied consent offense. If you're not sure what that means please utilize the always handy-dandy Mr. Google. Having a driver's license is not a constitutional right, it is a privilege granted by individual states. No one's constitutional rights were violated here.

Thanks for your time!

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