Penalties for Colorado DUI
While many states maintain a legal blood alcohol content limit of 0.08%, Colorado drivers receive penalties for BAC of 0.05% or higher when operating a vehicle. This latter charge, driving while ability impaired, carries the same penalties as driving under the influence, except for the first offense.Explore the potential consequences of DWAI and DUI...Read More
What is Colorado’s procedure for setting up DUI checkpoints?
With Labor Day weekend right around the corner, it is important that you understand your rights regarding DUI checkpoints. Fortunately for you, Colorado’s procedures for setting up DUI checkpoints are fairly friendly to the general public. The Colorado Department of Transportation details those procedures in depth.First and foremost, the state has strict criteria for...Read More
What rights will I lose after a felony conviction?
After a felony conviction in Colorado, your immediate concerns are likely to be your sentence, which may include prison time. Obviously, that is most pressing, but after serving your sentence, you need to be aware of lasting consequences of your conviction. You do not just receive the sentence the court hands down. The law...Read More