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The Difference Between Reasonable Suspicion & Probable Cause
The Difference Between Reasonable Suspicion & Probable Cause

To stop a person for questioning, perform a search or seizure, or make an arrest, law enforcement must establish reasonable suspicion and probable cause. These are the two of the three “burdens of proof”—the other is beyond a reasonable doubt—the government must meet in ...

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    It’s the last call for alcohol, which means it’s time to head home for the night. Unfortunately, you’re too drunk to drive and you don’t want to risk ...

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  • What’s the Difference Between Felony & Misdemeanor DUI?

    If you have been arrested for DUI in Colorado , and it is your first or second DUI offense, it will be treated as a misdemeanor. The state of Colorado ...

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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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  • Never Do These Things if You Are Stopped for a DUI

    With police officers throughout the country cracking down of DUIs, especially during the holiday season, it is important to know how to handle ...

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  • Talking DUI: Can I Refuse to Take A Breathalyzer?

    If you, more often than not, drive here and there while drinking alcohol, then there’s a high likelihood that you’ll get stopped by the police. And ...

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  • Thanksgiving DUI Statistics

    Millions of Americans will be traveling this Thanksgiving to visit their friends and family. Although Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy a delicious meal ...

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  • What You Need to Know About DUI Breathalyzer Tests

    When a police officer stops you for a suspected DUI, they can use a variety of tests to conclude whether you are intoxicated. In this blog, we explain ...

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  • FAQ: Ignition Interlock Devices

    Question: What is an ignition interlock device? A: Some DUI convictions result with the person being required to install an interlock device into ...

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    If you have a DUI conviction or impaired driving charge on your record, it can have a major impact on you career, especially if you are required to ...

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