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Involved in a Car Accident? Always Stay at the Scene.
Involved in a Car Accident? Always Stay at the Scene.

Car accidents of any kind can be unnerving to experience – even ones that are so minor that they don’t result in physical injuries and barely cause damage to the vehicles involved. Part of that unnerving experience may be due to how even a fender bender can sound and feel ...

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Blog posts in Criminal Traffic Offense

  • How Your Cellphone Can Help You Avoid Texting & Driving

    No matter where we are – whether it’s at home, at work, or even in the bathroom – it seems we cannot keep our hands off our cellphones. Unfortunately, ...

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  • Could I Be Charged with Vehicular Assault?

    In Colorado, the law holds drivers responsible for any harm they cause in an accident, which means you could be charged with assault for crashing into ...

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  • Is Lane Splitting Against the Law in Colorado?

    When it comes to traffic jams, many motorcyclists ride between lanes over the dashed white line to pass slowed to stopped vehicles on roads and ...

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  • Colorado’s New Traction Law

    Colorado’s new traction law went into effect on September 1, 2019, requiring all drivers traveling on Interstate 70 between Dotsero and Morrison—as ...

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  • Driver’s License Point System in Colorado

    Colorado License Points Every time you receive a traffic citation or commit a vehicle-related offense, each conviction is reported to the Colorado ...

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  • Does a Corpse Count as a Passenger for the Carpool Lane?

    Earlier this month, a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper pulled over a motorist driving solo in the carpool lane on Interstate 15. The driver of the ...

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  • Vehicular Homicide Laws in Colorado

    Colorado motorists can face vehicular homicide charges if they kill another person while operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or ...

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  • What Is Vehicular Manslaughter/Homicide?

    If you unintentionally cause an accident that leads to the death of passengers, occupants in other cars, or pedestrians, you can possibly face charges ...

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  • Do Police Need a Warrant to My Car?

    The Fourth Amendment protects citizens of the United States against unlawful search and seizure, whether it is on your person, your home, or your ...

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