Your chances are slim to none if you don't have a lawyer. Find and hire an experienced DUI defense attorney ASAP.Ask a similar question
From what you write, yes, you have a chance at fighting these charges. What I don't know is what you told the police and what neither of us know is what the police have put in their police reports. Those are important pieces of information to know in assessing this case. Since you said you still have your Colorado driver's license I take your test result on the Intoxilyzer was under .08? To be able to successfully defend your case, you will need a good DUI attorney. I recommend you start interviewing them this week and as soon as you find one you can afford and trust, go ahead and hire that lawyer. Good luck.
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No matter how thing the case against youy is you need a DUI counsel to represent you.
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I agree with my colleagues. One thing to add is that many of offer free consultations. Find someone you like and can afford.
There are a lot of cases like this that can be fought with a qualified attorney's help.
Best of luck.
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Your chances of fighting this are excellent...if you hire an experienced DUI defense attorney. The prosecution is going to have to establish that YOU were the person driving and that you were under the influence WHILE YOU WERE DRIVING.
There are many great DUI lawyers here on Avvo. Many of them (myself included) offer a free consultation. Call a few and hire the one you feel is the best fit!
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Your chances of fighting this on your own are slim. You chances with an experienced attorney sound like they may be pretty good.
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What you admitted or told the police officers about whether you were driving and when and where is critical. Also, any witness statements and observations placing you behind the wheel and driving recklessly will be a determining factor.
I'm assuming because they didn't take your license, that was due to the breath test being more than 2 hours from the time of last driving. However, you can still lose your license if you get criminally convicted. You need to hire the best DUI attorney you can afford. Even with top notch representation, it will be an uphill battle. These cases always are. There are no slam dunks or sure things in DUI defense. You have interesting facts, but until a qualified attorney can see what evidence the police have against you, they should reserve judgment on the strength of the case. Under promise and over deliver is the best approach.
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Sounds like you have a strong case.
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As long as you did not admit you were driving and there were no witnesses to say you were any good lawyer should be able to win the trial, but he cannot put you on the stand to lie.Ask a similar question
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