State troopers will be all over the place this holiday weekend looking for anyone behind the wheel who's had too much to drink.
The Department of Safety announced on Thursday that this Labor Day weekend will mark the second "No Refusal" enforcement campaign.
That means, under state law, suspected drunk drivers who refused to submit to a breathalyzer test could be ordered by search warrant to give blood samples.
Five counties participated in the first "No Refusal" campaign over the Fourth of July. It resulted in eight warrants being issued, compelling suspects to give blood samples.
The Metro Police Department said its DUI unit has arrested more than 1400 suspected drunk drivers in 2012 so far, which is a 67 percent increase over 2011.
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