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What Happens after a Colorado Cop Arrests You for DWI?
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If you have been charged with a DUI in Colorado, it’s helpful to understand the legal process and how a knowledgeable defense attorney can lead you through it.
 
There are seven steps involved in the DUI process. Your case may or may not involve all seven steps as described below.
 
Arrest
 
When you are pulled over on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, you may simply receive… Continue reading this article

What to Expect If Your Kid’s Denver HS Graduation Comes with a DUI
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It’s prom and graduation season for Denver high school students. A time of celebration. Of transition. Of closing the book on one chapter of their young lives and preparing to begin the next one.
 
Also, many use these rites of passage as a chance to experiment with alcohol for the first time. Or, if they’ve already been drinking, to go even more wild as a sort of last… Continue reading this article

Coroner’s Resignation a Reminder of Colorado DUI Consequences
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A Colorado coroner recently resigned after getting a DUI, but the story is a lot stranger than it sounds. What happened?
 
On March 8, a 16-year-old boy was driving with three friends as passengers. He lost control of the truck, which hit an embankment and rolled over. One passenger died in the accident and the driver and the other passengers were injured.
 
Bent County coroner Dave Roberts… Continue reading this article

Avoid a DUI in Denver over the New Year’s Holiday
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Did you know that 49 percent of people plan to celebrate New Year’s at home this year? Or that 23 percent of people don’t plan to celebrate at all?
 
Those numbers are based on findings from WalletHub, and they might make it seem like the holiday this year is poised to be slower and quieter than normal.
 
Despite this, they still say that around 30 percent of… Continue reading this article

Arrested for Driving Drunk in Denver This Thanksgiving?
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If you were arrested for driving drunk this Thanksgiving, you’re hardly alone. Police in the Denver area have ramped up patrols through mid-December, and their extra efforts are catching a lot of people.
 
The Thanksgiving holiday is known for an increase in alcohol-related offenses. In 2016, Colorado police arrested 518 drivers under suspicion of DUI charges from Nov. 18-28. They made 57 arrests in the Denver area alone.… Continue reading this article

Fight a DWAI in Colorado Just Like You Would Fight a DUI
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A Colorado DWAI charge may not be quite as severe as a DUI, but it is still very serious. If convicted, you could face jail time, fines, and the suspension of your license. You will also be left with a criminal record that compromises future employment, housing and child custody prospects.
 
How do you defend against a DWAI charge, though? You know that it’s different than a DUI,… Continue reading this article

Did You Know Colorado Now Requires Jail Time for Felony DUIs?
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On Wednesday, August 9, a number of new Colorado laws went into effect, including but not limited to:
 

HB17-1179, which allows someone to break into a locked car to free a distressed child or animal.
HB17-1266, which allows people who were convicted of marijuana possession or use prior to legalization to pay to have their criminal records sealed.
SB17-008, which legalizes the possession of gravity knives and switchblade… Continue reading this article

Were You Caught in Colorado’s 4th of July DUI Crackdown? What to Do
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Since July 4th is one of the most dangerous driving holidays in Colorado, officials were particularly vigilant over the holiday this year, cracking down on DUI suspects with additional patrols and checkpoints.
 
In Denver, police conducted two checkpoints, making contact with over 1,000 people and arresting seven people for DUIs. They do it because of stories like this one. A single man from Utah caused injuries to five… Continue reading this article

“No DUI Colorado” a Reminder of the High Cost of DUIs
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Summer is a time for kicking back, relaxing, and enjoying all of the outdoor activities and events going on now that the weather is warm.
 
Whether you’re grilling in your backyard, attending a music festival, or celebrating one of the many summer holidays, you might decide to have a few drinks to quench your thirst, abate the heat, and get into the summertime groove. As long as you’re… Continue reading this article

Yes, There Is Now a Breathalyzer for Your Smartphone
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Want to figure out where you can get a good happy hour special after work? There’s an app for that. Need to pay your friend back for the beers he bought? There’s an app for that. Need to figure out if you’re still sober enough to drive home?
 
Now, there’s an app for that too.
 
The Colorado Department of Transportation has been working throughout 2016 on testing… Continue reading this article