The Lime scooters all over Denver right now have raised a very important question that all Colorado residents need to consider: Can you get a DUI on a scooter?
You did not have that many drinks, and you felt like you should still be well below the legal limit. However, the police gave you a breath test and said your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was 0.09. You're now facing DUI charges, and you do not understand how.
A man from Colorado will avoid jail time after being involved in a deadly DUI accident.
Prom season is here, and police departments in Colorado are getting ready. They know that prom often leads to parties, drink and driving. They're paying extra attention to see if they can catch those who may drive under the influence, especially when they are underage.
Have you ever experienced a time in your life when a seemingly routine or benign situation suddenly snowballed into a very serious problem? Such circumstances can be devastating under certain conditions. For instance, what if you are driving home after a social gathering at a friend's house and forgot that one of your headlights is out and that you intended to change it before driving to the party that evening? Most Colorado motorists would consider this a minor problem.
When do you think a DUI arrest really begins? Is it with the traffic stop? Or does it start with the field sobriety tests or the breath test?