Law Enforcement Agencies Kickoff “Hands Across the Border”

| August 25, 2014

Police-stopATLANTA, GA – Law enforcement agencies in six states, including Georgia, will be participating in the 23rd “Hands Across the Border” campaign.

The campaign is aimed at catching motorists driving under the influence, but officials will also be on the lookout for drug offenders, fugitives, drivers with outstanding warrants and those driving without a license.

Sunday was the official start of the six-day campaign, and it included law enforcement agencies in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Florida.

Authorities will be setting up checkpoints near state boarders, and they note the legal blood alcohol limit in every state is .08.

Source: AP

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  1. D. Miballzich says:

    Soooooo basically doing the same thing they’re suppose to do everyday.

  2. Bryan Austin says:

    So, I am going to be detained to see IF I am breaking the law? Yeap, UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

    • Papi says:

      You either forgot or never realize it that driving on public highways is a PRIVILEGE not a Constitutional right!!!