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Blog Posts in 2017
Should I Refuse a Breath Test?
As you are driving, you notice flashing blue and red lights in the rearview mirror and immediately pull over. After checking your license and registration, the police officer asks you to perform either a preliminary breath test or a field sobriety test . What should you do? What are the consequences if you do or don’t? Expressed Consent Law in Colorado According to Colorado’s “expressed consent” ...
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What to Do at a DUI Checkpoint
Whether it’s during the holidays or over the weekend, the purpose of DUI checkpoints is to deter intoxicated driving and keep motorists safe. If you encounter one of these checkpoints, there is a chance you may find yourself arrested and charged, despite any misunderstandings. Remember, you possess rights that may help you avoid further charges and stay safe. For example, laws exist to protect you ...
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The Orr Law Firm 2017 Scholarship Winner Announcement
At the Orr Law Firm, we value the importance of justice, and the accused receiving a fair trial. We’ve been successfully defending DUI clients for 15 years. DUI defense is one of the most complex and scientifically based crimes in America. Almost all the evidence gathered against the defendant is based on science, pseudo-science and scientific principles (however the “accuser” is often a machine). ...
Marijuana DUI Defendants are Being Acquitted in Colorado
In the state of Colorado, marijuana is legal for adult recreational use. However, driving under the influence of marijuana is still illegal. Police are pulling over and arresting drivers suspected of driving under the influence of marijuana, but the charges are often dropped when the case goes to trial. Why is this? The Problem Prosecutors Face Prosecutors have a difficult time proving that ...
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