Express consent requires drivers to submit to chemical testing
The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles explains that when you drive a motor vehicle on the state’s streets and highways, you are subject to the express consent law. This means that you must consent to chemical testing if law enforcement stops you for reasonable suspicion of driving under the influence or while impaired by alcohol or...Read More
Avoiding legal trouble on vacation
Colorado is a vacation mecca. In 2018, it was the number one ski destination in the country. Tourism is not limited to winter; the area’s natural beauty ensures that every season has its charms. Unfortunately, some vacationers find themselves in trouble with the law. What began as a relaxing dream holiday can quickly turn into a stressful nightmare. Some people...Read More
Could I be charged with a weapons offense?
If you were previously convicted of a felony, you have lost your right to carry and possess weapons. If Colorado law enforcement finds you with a weapon, you could be facing additional felony or misdemeanor charges. Per the Colorado Revised Statutes, it is a felony to possess or use illegal weapons if you already have a conviction....Read More