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Can a police error help me beat my DUI charges?

After receiving DUI charges, it may seem like there is no way of beating them and keeping your record clean. When the results of a DUI conviction in Colorado can have lasting consequences, it is important to look for any method of defending yourself. In addition to...

Can you challenge a breath test result?

Many drivers worry that breath tests or chemical tests provide concrete evidence of wrongdoing when facing the Colorado criminal justice system. The concern is that the results of various tests are unassailable and virtually guarantee that drivers will face steep...

Can my new prescription medication lead to a DUI?

Facing an illness or injury can mean weeks or months of medications and rehab. You likely have a lot on your mind, but you may not be considering a potential charge for driving under the influence. Medications often come with long lists of side effects. However, you...

Should I just plead guilty in my DUI case?

Whether or not you caused an accident during your DUI arrest, the consequences of a DUI can be severe. When a conviction can mean serious fines, jail time, license suspension, and other consequences, it may seem simpler to plead guilty and minimize the penalties....

Warrants do not allow for DUI blood draws

A DUI conviction can have serious consequences on a driver, so it is necessary that police have the required evidence to convict someone of the crime. A blood test can often confirm if a driver had any drugs or alcohol in their system while driving, but obtaining it...

What happens if I miss my DUI court date?

Facing a driving under the influence (DUI) charge can be stressful. A DUI charge can result in expensive fines, jail time and a license suspension upon conviction. No one would like to face those punishments, which is why some people charged with DUI skip their court...

“Blackout Wednesday” and increased DUI patrols

Whether people are getting together with out-of-town friends, family or vacationing co-workers, individuals see the Wednesday before Thanksgiving as the start to not only an extra-long weekend, but a way to kick off the entire holiday season. Unfortunately, with so...

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