Officers check drivers at a sobriety checkpoint in Escondido in 2011. An appeals court ruled Wednesday that authorities can no longer impound a person’s vehicle for a set period of time without just cause.
Officers check drivers at a sobriety checkpoint in Escondido in 2011. An appeals court ruled Wednesday that authorities can no longer impound a person’s vehicle for a set period of time without just cause. Lenny Ignelzi Associated Press file
Officers check drivers at a sobriety checkpoint in Escondido in 2011. An appeals court ruled Wednesday that authorities can no longer impound a person’s vehicle for a set period of time without just cause. Lenny Ignelzi Associated Press file

California law enforcement can no longer keep your vehicle without good reason

June 21, 2017 07:14 PM

UPDATED June 22, 2017 10:59 AM

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