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What you need to know about drugged driving

Now that recreational marijuana is legal in Colorado, it is crucial to be aware that you can get a DUI if you drive while high. Driving under the influence of cannabis affects your impairment and is against the law. According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, over 17 percent of DUI arrests in Colorado involve marijuana. 

Understanding the consequences of graffiti in Colorado

If you admire the unique style of graffiti as an art form, then you are not alone. Countless people in Colorado and across the country find graffiti on downtown walls, underpasses and the sides of buildings to be a colorful and interesting artistic expression and form of social commentary. However, not everyone feels this way. If graffiti is a passion of yours, you will need to understand the possible criminal charges you could face for leaving your mark on public property.

3 non-violent domestic abuse offenses

When confronted with the phrase “domestic abuse” or “domestic violence,” many people conjure up an image of a wife-beating lowlife who deserves to spend time in jail. It may come as a shock to such people, then, that one can face such charges without ever having committed a physical offense. In fact, there are several forms of domestic abuse that might not involve any physical violence at all.

A quick guide to the differences between DUI and DWAI

Two different alcohol-related driving crimes exist in the state of Colorado: driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while ability is impaired (DWAI). This can be confusing since DUI is the more popular acronym. You might wonder how they differ and what will happen if you get charged with either for the first time. 

3 mistakes you should never make when you are drunk

Drinking can be a fun way to unwind and relax. If you are careful and keep your behavior under control, it is typically harmless, but alcohol has a way of lowering the inhibitions that usually keep your actions in check. While you may enjoy acting a bit rowdy, there are certain actions you should avoid at all costs if you have been drinking at all. Failure to do so can result in legal and criminal consequences.

Questions about marijuana and driving in Colorado

While you might think Colorado is completely relaxed when it comes to marijuana, think again. Despite the fact it is legal to smoke recreationally, you should still not drive while you are high. Taking this risk could result in law enforcement pulling you over and you receiving a conviction of driving under the influence. If you are planning on smoking marijuana and you need transportation after, make sure you get a sober ride.

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