Legal News

What You Need to Know About Ignition Interlock Devices

December 26, 2017

So, you have been convicted for driving under the influence of alcohol in Colorado. Now what? Depending on the circumstances of your case, you will likely lose your driving privileges for a period of time. Individuals who qualify may be eligible to have their driver’s license reinstated early if they participate in an ignition interlock program. These programs are designed […]

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Why You Must Act Quickly with DUI Probation Violations

December 8, 2017

Individuals who have dealt with a Colorado DUI know that it is important to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible so that they do not have to face such serious charges alone. However, it is important to keep in mind that your involvement with the Colorado legal system may not be over when your DUI verdict […]

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The Problem With ‘One Drink Per Hour’

November 12, 2017

Many people mistakenly believe that if they only consume one drink per hour, or that if they wait the same number of hours as drinks they have consumed throughout the night before driving, that they are sober enough to drive. This is one of the most common myths about drinking and driving, and one that needs to have some light […]

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Common Myths About DUIs: Part Two

November 2, 2017

As you may have read in the first part of this series, there are some common myths and misconceptions surrounding DUIs, not only in Colorado, but nationwide. Understanding more about how these myths and misconceptions may impact you is an important part of making smart driving choices and ensuring that your rights are protected throughout the DUI process. Breathalyzers are […]

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Common Myths About DUIs: Part One

October 31, 2017

As attorneys that focus our practice on working with clients facing Colorado DUIs and related charges, we often come across a variety of misconceptions when it comes to the DUI process. From being pulled over to trial, it is important to understand these misconceptions because they can have a significant impact on your ability to successfully challenge your DUI. In […]

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Should You Fight Your DUI?

October 29, 2017

Facing a Colorado DUI is an incredibly stressful experience, especially if it is your first time facing such serious criminal charges. Many times, individuals can be intimidated by the legal process associated with a DUI and may want to simply take the easiest route available and admit to the DUI and then accept the consequences. While the decision on how […]

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New Interactive Map Shows Colorado Counties with Most DUI Arrests

October 24, 2017

The data shows that Pueblo County, which makes up the 10th Judicial District, currently has the fewest DUI-related court filings per capita for 2017 DENVER, COLORADO—It’s an alarming number. So far this year, 372 DUI-related crashes have resulted in serious injuries or fatalities, according to Colorado State Patrol. With two more months still left in 2017, this number is a […]

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Colorado Open Container Laws

October 22, 2017

Colorado has a lot to offer when it comes to beer and other alcohol-based products that are produced in-state. From local craft breweries to internationally renowned spirits, there is almost always something for everyone looking to try something made in Colorado. However, it is important for individuals to enjoy alcoholic beverages responsibly. One large part of that is making sure […]

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The Myth of “Smart” Breathalyzers: Flaws of CDOT’s Breathalyzer App

September 22, 2017

We’ve come to rely on apps to manage virtually every aspect of our lives. Budgeting apps keep us from overspending. Fitness apps keep us on target. Social media apps keep tabs on our friends. But will a breathalyzer app keep us from getting behind the wheel when we’re too impaired to drive? Colorado Department of Transportation’s BACtrack App The Colorado […]

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Report: Fatal Alcohol & Drug-Related Crashes In Colorado Up From 2016

It’s a startling number. Every day, 28 people in the United States die in motor vehicle crashes that involve an alcohol-impaired driver, according to the Centers for Disease and Prevention. This is amounts to one death every 51 minutes. Unfortunately, the numbers aren’t any better for drug-related crashes either. In a recent article by The Denver Post, statistics show that […]

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