Archives for: February 23rd, 2015

The vast majority of US states have felony DUI laws that enforce harsh penalties on repeat offenders. In fact, Colorado is one of only five states that currently do not have a felony DUI law in place. That means that regardless of the number of previous DUI convictions you have, the maximum punishment a DUI offender can receive under Colorado law is heavy fines, license suspension, and one year in

Even if you’ve never taken one before, most people are familiar with the Breathalyzer test. Police officers may administer a Breathalyzer test after pulling over a driver suspected of drunk driving, but only if there are reasonable grounds to do so. Since an officer must have “reasonable suspicion” in order to administer this test, other preliminary tests must be performed prior to the Breathalyzer. These preliminary tests are referred to

Cooking up burgers on the grill, setting up lawn chairs, and lugging out a cooler of beer from the back of the trunk before a Broncos game is a time-honored tradition in the Denver area. In fact, Sports Authority Field even opens its stadium parking lot to tailgaters, encouraging fans to deck out their vehicles in blue and orange and rally over beers and brats.


But while celebrating and

Drinking and driving is a serious offense no matter what your age, but it is especially serious if you are under the age of 21 and therefore cannot legally drink. While drivers who are over the age of 21 will be charged with a DUI if their blood-alcohol content is .08% or higher, younger drivers can be charged with an Underage Drinking and Driving Offense (UDD) or DUI even if

You may already be somewhat familiar with the breathalyzer test police officers commonly use with suspected drunk drivers, but most people don’t fully understand how a breathalyzer device works. Understanding this test is essential if you have been charged with a DUI, especially if you believe that the device gave a false reading. The best thing to do in this situation is to contact an experienced DUI attorney, but you