Know Your Legal Rights: DUI Checkpoints

Are DUI Checkpoints Legal in Hawaii? In a DUI checkpoint, also referred to as a sobriety checkpoint or DUI roadblock, police officers stop vehicles, often using a sequence such as every fourth vehicle, to investigate whether the driver shows signs of alcohol or drug impairment. Normally, law enforcement must have probable cause to stop a vehicle, and because these roadblocks […]

Resource Listing for Hawaii Paroling Authority

The parole system was adopted to protect the community and help reintegrate an inmate back into society by establishing appropriate minimum terms of imprisonment, granting, denying, and revoking parole, as well as supervising the person on parole. The Hawaii Paroling Authority makes formal parole decisions for Hawaii inmates. What is Hawaii Paroling Authority? Parole is when a convicted felon is […]