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Blog Posts in 2017
How To Handle An Out Of State DUI/DWI
If you're faced with an out of state DUI charge, you may wonder what happens. Perhaps you were on vacation and had a couple of drinks with dinner. Because you didn't know the area well, you were driving slowly. Because of this, a cop decides to pull you over. Then he smells alcohol on your breath and he arrests you for driving under the influence. Now, you're faced with having to deal with a DUI ...
Colorado Court Ruling Puts Thousands of DUI Convictions & Cases in Jeopardy
In Colorado, DUI convictions are often hinged on the results of a certain breathalyzer machine. Known as the Intoxilyzer 9000, this machine measures alcohol levels in a person’s breath, and it is found in police stations and jails throughout the state. The results of the Intoxilyzer 9000 are verified by a technician’s signature from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, but now ...
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Can My DUI be Expunged in Colorado?
An expungement clears your criminal record, making it inaccessible to potential employers or to anyone who would need to run a background check. Even if you have not been convicted, but just arrested or charged with a crime, you will still have a criminal record. As a generality, Colorado doesn’t grant expungements for adult DUI cases. In very specific circumstances, an expungement might be ...
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Can I be charged with a DUI due to Medical Marijuana?
Everyone knows drinking and driving can land you a DUI , which is why so many of us regularly take use of ridesharing apps such as Uber or Lyft. However, did you know you can still be charged with a DUI because of your medical marijuana usage? In the state of Colorado, you may be charged with a DUI if you operate a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or one or more drugs, as well as if ...
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