Pennsylvania often increases its sobriety checkpoints at certain points of each year. They do this during seasons when there tends to be more drivers on the road like summer. If you aren’t careful, you can easily get caught driving under the influence through any of these checkpoints.
Under Pennsylvania open container law, possession of an open container of alcohol while on the roadway is considered illegal. Both driver and passenger caught violating this law may be cited for violations.
Marijuana DUI Charges have a zero-tolerance policy for driving under the influence of cannabis as covered under Pennsylvania Drugged Driving laws.