Early removal of ignition interlock is only for first time offenders with aBAC below .170. Here is how the process works, according to the interlock department at the CO DMV: Respondent gets credit for interlock from the date thelicense is reinstated, not the date interlock is ...
Selection Criteria Although the penalties for a first-time offense are severe, they can be life-altering for people with a prior offense or conviction. DUIs are lifetime offenses in Colorado and find
What is Alcohol Education & Therapy? Level I alcohol / drug education and Level II alcohol / drug education and therapy programs, are defined by the Department of Behavioral Health of the Colorado De
An SR-22 isn’t a type of insurance, but rather proof that you have insurance. An SR-22 is a certificate mandated by the state to verify than an individual is maintaining auto insurance liability coverage after a driver's license has been suspended or revoked.
Administrative Penalties When charged with a DUI in Colorado, you face possible administrative penalties as well as possible criminal penalties. Administrative penalties are assessed by the Departme
Stage 1 – The Arrest Stage Clients oftentimes call our office and state they were not arrested, but did receive a citation for a DUI. You do not have to be booked into jail, kept overnight or post bo
Probable Cause In Colorado, the officer must establish probable cause before they can arrest you and require you submit to a chemical test. The most common form of establishing probable cause is thro
The DUI Exception In all cases you have legal rights. In DUI cases, you have fewer rights than just about any other alleged crime in the United States. This is what Lawrence Taylor, one of the leadin
DUI In Colorado you are considered "under the influence" with a blood or breath alcohol content of .08 or greater. You can still be charged with DUI even if your test result comes back below .08. Y
Area of Focus Does the attorney or the firm focus exclusively on DUI defense or criminal traffic cases? If the attorney takes cases outside of this very specific area, you should ask yourself whether