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If Halloween's Monday date isn't enough to deter you from getting your party on, it's definitely not enough to stop police from getting their checkpoint on.
As is tradition this time of year, police departments across the country are planning Halloween DUI checkpoints. They'll be out in full force to protect the little ones, and nab the drunken ones.
This likely includes the Friday, Saturday and Sunday before, so don't get any scary ideas.
And yes, driving drunk is scary. Especially when caught.
A DUI will almost certainly land you in jail for the night, as well as a date with a judge. Punishments include fines; license suspension and restriction; probation; enrollment in drunk driving courses; and really high insurance premiums.
You'll probably also have to pay a lawyer and the local impound lot.
Don't want to fall prey to this horrific fate? Consider the not-so-scary alternatives to driving drunk:
Halloween DUI checkpoints will be out there, and they will be out to get you. So do the safe thing and don't drink and drive.