DUI Checkpoints in Alaska

Can the police randomly stop motorists in the Last Frontier state?

Sobriety checkpoints are not authorized in Alaska.

Sobriety checkpoints are random traffic stops, not tied to any specific suspicions.

At one of these checkpoints, drivers are briefly questioned after which suspicious drivers are subject to field sobriety tests.

Despite the fact that these checkpoints consistently reduce alcohol-related crashes, typically by 9%, Alaska has determined not to implement them. 

Learn More

For more DUI related information in Alaska, follow the links below:

  1. DUI: Fines & Penalties
  2. Underage DUI in Alaska
  3. Driving Under the Influence of Drugs
  4. Refusal to Take a Blood, Breath or Urine Test

Talk to a Lawyer

Want to talk to an attorney? Start here.

How It Works

  1. Briefly tell us about your case
  2. Provide your contact information
  3. Connect with local attorneys