Archives for: October 8th, 2021

If you operate a vehicle while impaired in Colorado, you can face charges – but it’s not quite as simple as you may think. In Colorado, separate DUI and DWAI laws apply to these situations, and how you are charged depends on a variety of factors.

Do you know the difference between a DUI and DWAI in Colorado? If not, read on to find out the difference between these two

Getting charged with a DUI in Colorado is not a great experience. It’s stressful, and can create some major interruptions in a person’s life.

However, DUI charges can be made even more stressful and complicated if you are also charged with another crime in the process. Like, for example, possessing a gun while intoxicated. This is legally known as prohibited use of weapons.

Anyone who is stopped under suspicion of

Marijuana may be legal in Colorado for those over 21, both medicinally and recreationally, but driving under the influence of this drug is still illegal.

If you are caught driving under the influence of marijuana in Colorado, it can result in penalties that may not be on your radar. It can also impact your driving record as seriously as driving under the influence of alcohol.

Here’s what you need to

Operating a motor vehicle when you’ve had too much alcohol is against the law. But does that mean you can’t go out and drink with friends and family this 4th of July? Of course not – as long as you know where to draw the line.

The consequences for being caught drinking and driving are extensive. You can face jail times, fines, lose your driver’s license, and even have

The Mile-High 420 festival may have been canceled this year, but Colorado law enforcement and Mothers Against Drunk Driving were still out in full force encouraging people to stay at home during the unofficial 4/20 holiday.

Why? Because driving under the influence of marijuana is dangerous.

It can also land the user in big legal trouble. Marijuana use may be legal in Colorado but driving while under its influence certainly