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Participation is voluntary. All data is anonymous.
If you're doing roadblocks and asking people to stop, you have to have the deputies there to make sure everything is safe. It's not about detaining anybody, because the survey is voluntary and anonymous. It's about making sure the traffic is safe in that area.
The states in which sobriety checkpoints are illegal are Alaska, Idaho, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Rhode Island, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
I wonder how are the results anonymous if they are
paying up to 60 bucks a pop?
They have a cash register there, are paying cash?
They write checks on the spot and keep no records?
They mail a check and have no name or address?
Where do you think that money comes from?