Category: DMV Hearings

DUI laws undergo periodic revisions in the dynamic realm of legal landscapes to better address the nuances of impaired driving cases. Colorado, like many states, has recently introduced changes to its DUI laws, impacting both the criminal justice system and Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) proceedings.

Understanding the intricacies of these changes and their DMV implications is crucial for those accused of driving under the influence. This blog seeks to

If you find yourself in the position of having your license revoked, then you may want to request a DMV hearing.

This isn’t an occurrence that many people are familiar with, but it can be the difference between you having your license suspended or not.

Here’s what you need to know about the five types of DMV hearings available through Colorado’s Department of Motor Vehicles and why you may need


There are a number of ways your license can be revoked. Get caught driving under the influence or without insurance or commit certain other infractions, and it’s gone (temporarily at least).


In fact, this is often one of the most detrimental consequences of a brush with the law. How do you keep your job if you can’t get to work? How will your children get school?