If I plead guilty to driving a vehicle without an interlock, in Colorado, is it a mandatory jail sentence
Driving without interlock is a class 1 traffic misdemeanor. It does not carry mandatory jail, but jail is a realistic possibility. You are also facing a license revocation of 1 year or the length of time remaining on the restricted license, whichever is longer.
These cases are hard to fight if the officer had a lawfully reason to contact you, but if you want to ensure that you get the best outcome possible you should consider hiring an experienced traffic attorney.
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