Category: DWI

In Marshall v. People, the Colorado Supreme Court addressed the admissibility of lab reports in DUI and DUID cases.

In that case, the prosecution had sought to admit the lab test results performed by a technician who was not actually present at trial.  They sought to admit those reports through the technician’s supervisor, Cynthia Burbach.  The reports were in fact admitted over the objection of the defendant and his

It is well established law that the police cannot legally stop your vehicle without reasonable suspicion.  Where matters become a little less clear is the law that holds that once the purpose of the initial stop of a defendant’s vehicle has been accomplished, and no other reasonable suspicion exists to support further investigation, any ongoing detention of the defendant and his vehicle is illegal.  A recently decided Colorado Supreme Court,

ESPN News reported last week that Alex White, a pitcher with the Colorado Rockies, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving. According to reports, the team has indicated that the 23-year-old pitcher understands the mistake he has made and the embarrassment he has brought to the team. It was unclear from the news story whether team lawyers would be representing White in the DUI case or if he will retain