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How traffic convictions can lead to habitual offender classifications
How traffic convictions can lead to habitual offender classifications

In recent articles, we've been focusing our attention on Colorado's habitual offender laws, which aim to increase the safety of the state's roads and highways by removing the driving privileges of those who find themselves in frequent conflict with the law. Our first post ...

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Blog posts in February, 2013

  • What is a habitual offender under Colorado DUI law?

    Under Colorado law, habitual offenders - those who are convicted of three or more serious traffic violations within a seven-year period - can be ...

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  • What is reckless driving under Colorado law?

    In yesterday's piece, we provided an overview of Colorado DUI law as it relates to habitual offenders - individuals who are convicted of three or more ...

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  • An overview of Colorado's DUI and DWAI criminal penalties

    In a recent piece, we reviewed the administrative penalties for common DUI and drunk driving violations, which are overseen by the Colorado Department ...

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  • An overview of Colorado's DUI and DWAI administrative penalties

    Imposed by the Colorado Department of Revenue, not the state courts, administrative DUI and DWAI penalties can still be difficult for residents to ...

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  • How to secure a probationary driver's license when child support problems arise

    In today's economy even the best and most well-meaning fathers may have difficulty meeting their child support payments. Whether it's due to an ...

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