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a place (as at a frontier) where travellers are stopped for inspection and clearance

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One motorist was given a sobriety test at the checkpoint but was determined not to be drunk.
These efforts also must remain ongoing, not merely a onetime operation, to produce successful results, the same as with sobriety checkpoint programs.
ArQule's lead clinical-stage products have been generated from two scientific platforms: Cancer Survival Protein modulation and Activated Checkpoint Therapy(SM) (ACT).
According to Arnold, of the 1,480 vehicles that passed through the checkpoint Thursday, 1,370 were screened.
Law enforcement agencies can reduce the risks attendant to single-purpose roadblocks by combining a drug canvass with a more readily justified DUI or licensing and registration checkpoint.
For additional information, visit the Checkpoint Systems web site at www.
and midnight, deputies at the checkpoint spoke to 545 motorists.
Resolution of the legality of the checkpoint stop itself, however, required only an interpretation of existing Fourth Amendment(4) case law and was resolved by the court on the defendants' motion for summary judgment.
The Form will be taken by the TSA Transportation Security Officer at the screening checkpoint.
In the first 80 minutes of the four-hour checkpoint, deputies impounded and towed away three cars driven by unlicensed motorists and issued a total of eight citations.
If we check 700 cars in a typical checkpoint, we'll get about two complaints,'' Risinger said.
Checkpoint Systems (NYSE: CKP), the global leader in product identification and shrink management solutions, has been selected by METRO Cash & Carry to launch a global shrink management and source-protection program in Europe, Asia and Africa.
CheckPoint HR, LLC, an innovator and leading Administrative Service Organization (ASO) that offers small- to mid-size organizations a single source for human resources and benefits solutions, today addressed the importance of automating and optimizing the human resources lifecycle, especially the payroll function, amid the backdrop of National Payroll Week (NPW), September 4-8, 2006.
CheckPoint HR, LLC, an innovator and leading Administrative Service Organization (ASO) that offers small- to mid-size organizations a single source for human resources, payroll and benefits solutions, today addressed the importance of background checks during the hiring process by collaborating with Sterling Testing Systems, Inc.