You can fax or email your report to many attorneys for a free analysis of your case. Make sure to pick 3 attorneys who specialize in DUI work as opposed to being general practitioners. It sounds like you have a very good issue.
While there is no stairs prohibiting the deferred, most prosecutors in Colorado would not offer a deferred on your facts unless they determined they would have significant problems proceeding to a trial, e.g., they had a bad test and missing witnesses.
If you have a VALID license in one state you should be eligible to get a license in any other state. Whether or not you can leave the state depends on what is set out in your bond conditions. If you leave the state when prohibited your bond could be revoked and you could be subject to jail or an increased bond or stricter conditions on your bond. If your bond was posted by a bonding company, they can come after you wherever you are.
There are certain traffic offenses which are violations anywhere in the state, whether on a roadway or not. Those offenses include, but may not be limited to, careless, reckless, DUI and registration violations. Politely ask the prosecutor if he/she can point you to the specific state statute or city ordinance that allows for enforcement of the offense in the specific jurisdiction.
Most prosecutors will offer a reduction in points in all but the most aggregious traffic cases, especially if you have no, or few, previous entries on your driving history. most law enforcement officers in Colorado do not use dash mounted videos. State Patrol is the agency that uses the most video. You can call me for a free consultation if you'd like. 303-522-2220
Many prosecutors will offer a reduction in points (usually half the original charge) to every first-time offender. You might be able to improve on the offer if you agree to attend a few hours of traffic school.
You are entitled to all of the evidence in the case as part of "Discovery". You can demand the accident report from the prosecutor. The prosecution bears the burden of proving every element of the charge. You can demand a trial and force the prosecutor to prove that the damage to the vehicle was consistent with hitting the curb. The officer probably was unable to locate a "point of impact" along the roadway. The officer probably didn't even go to the scene 8 hours later.