Despite the fact that the recreational use of marijuana is legal in Colorado, it remains illegal to drive while under the influence of any type of drug or alcohol. If caught, a drugged driver will face arrest for DUI and criminal charges. Those facing this unfortunate legal situation would be wise to confront any charges related to driving under the influence of drugs (DUID) by seeking legal help as soon as possible.
Were you recently arrested for driving under the influence or driving while ability impaired? A conviction could have both short- and long-term consequences that could cause irreversible damage to your life. In order to avoid or minimize the effects of a DUI or DWAI conviction, you should contact a lawyer as soon as possible after your arrest.