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LA Weekly Mr. Checkpoint

LA Weekly Mr. Checkpoint

Sennett Devermont styles himself the drinking crowd’s Batman, working to keep Los Angeles drivers out of trouble if they’re thinking of drinking and then weaving their way home. Mothers Against Drunk Driving contends that Devermont is more like the Joker. Full Story: http://www.laweekly.com/2013-05-23/news/mrcheckpoint-dui-app-sennett-devermont/

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DADO MrCheckpoint

DADO MrCheckpoint

http://www.drinkinganddriving.org/blog/index.php/2013/03/does-mr-checkpoint-cause-or-prevent-drunk-driving/

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CNET mrcheckpoint

CNET mrcheckpoint

Mr. Checkpoint is a man who alerts thousands of people where police are setting up DUI checkpoints in San Diego and the L.A. county areas. Not everyone approves of his motivations. Full Story: http://www.cnet.com/news/local-hero-man-tweets-dui-checkpoint-locations/

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Digital Trends on MrCheckpoint

Digital Trends on MrCheckpoint

The service, called Mr. Checkpoint, sends subscribers alerts about the locations of police speed traps and DUI checkpoints in real time via text message. While this app seems an obvious choice for avoiding said checkpoints on the drive home after tipping a few back at the pub,

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Santa Monica Daily Press MrCheckpoint goes to Court

Santa Monica Daily Press MrCheckpoint goes to Court

“Sennett Devermont, the man behind mrcheckpoint.com, alleged in a lawsuit filed last year that the Santa Monica police officer who pulled him over for an illegal right-hand turn against a red light violated his rights by arresting him out of retaliation after Devermont refused to perform a

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San Diego CityBeat Checkpoint Alpha

San Diego CityBeat Checkpoint Alpha

“As he came to a stop at the DUI checkpoint at First Avenue and Beech Street, 23-year-old Sennett Devermont turned his iPhone’s video camera on and slipped it into the passenger door pocket of his SUV. Devermont told the San Diego Police Department officer who came to

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Pam Coulter CBS radio

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Tom Leykis

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Ray Appleton

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AirTalk

“Officials in that country liken this type of service as encouraging drinking and driving and the lawsuit filed earlier this week is asking Twitter to pay a $290,000 fine for every day it fails to disable these accounts. Southern California has a similar operation in the form

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