Written by attorney John Lawrence Buckley | Sep 30, 2009

Colorado DUI - "But I wasn't driving"

Many clients report that they weren't actually driving but are still charged with DUI.

In Colorado, and many other states, you need not be driving but only be in "actual physical control" of the vehicle.

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