Category: DWAI

 

‘Tis the season for more days off from work, more holiday parties, and more family celebrating.

Unfortunately, it’s also the season for more drinking and driving. The U.S. Department of transportation reports an average of 27 fatalities every day in December due to drunk driving.

Closer to home, nearly 60 arrests for impaired driving occur each day in our state alone, and 500-plus Colorado drivers were arrested during this

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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