Boating Under the Influence in Colorado

Denver DUI attorney Jay Tiftickjian was a live guest on 9News Colorado on Sunday, August 4 to discuss Colorado Boating Under the Influence law. Operation Dry Water is a national campaign that takes place during the last weekend of July. Last weekend, Denver iJournal reported that the Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff contacted 1,646 vessels […]

When and Where to Expect Denver DUI Checkpoints

The Denver Police Department often sets up checkpoint around Denver on nights of major sporting events or concerts. Typically, you will drive through a DUI checkpoint on Speer Boulevard on nights when the Colorado Rockies are playing baseball at Coors Field. July 05, 2013 was a typical example of a night when the DUI enforcement […]

Last year, Coloradans voted to make the possession of marijuana for personal use legal with Amendment 64. Since it was signed into law, the legislature has created regulations regarding its sale and use in Colorado. One of the questions frequently asked is whether a tourist to Colorado can buy marijuana while on vacation or otherwise […]

Can I Get Jail For a First DUI in Colorado?

Every day, Colorado DUI attorneys tell clients that they should not worry about time on a first DUI conviction. That observation no longer holds true in many circumstances. If you are convicted of DUI in Colorado, you most certainly can go to jail. Sentencing on a first-time DUI or DWAI varies from county to county. […]

If you were charged with DUI in Colorado, choosing to retain a DUI attorney is a good start, but it doesn’t do much good to hire an attorney who does not understand DUI defense, the nuances of Colorado’s criminal and DUI law, and the forensic science involved in drunk driving tests. DUI attorney reviews is […]

DUI Bus Crash Victims Remebered

It’s been 25 years since the nations largest alcohol related accident took place.  Radcliff Kentucky still mourns the 27 people who died. They were on a planned bus trip for church when a drunk driver hit the bus causing it to go up in flames.  40 people luckily escaped with their lives, but now grieve […]

Some drivers might have noticed an increase in police presence during the late evening, early morning hours over the last month or so. This increase can be attributed to the most recent Heat is On DUI enforcement campaign, which ends on Friday, May 10. Referred to by the Colorado Department of Transportation as “Spring Enforcement […]

THC Presumptive Inference—Too Presumptuous?

On May 7, 2013, the Colorado Senate gave the final votes needed to pass marijuana legislation that will create a presumptive inference when a driver has 5 nanograms or more of Delta-9 THC per milliliter of whole blood. This bill will allow juries to infer that in a DUI case, a blood test result that […]