Could Portable Breathalyzers Curb Drunk Driving? CDOT Hopes So…
July 25, 2016

Knowledge can be a great source of power. Looking to see just how this adage may affect drivers’ choices, regulators at the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) are currently carrying out a DUI study to see just how knowledge of BAC levels may impact motorists’ transportation choices. Specifically, this study will monitor how drivers, who […]

DUI Facts: 4 Ways You Can Get a DUI without Driving
July 18, 2016

Colorado DUI charges can be filed against any driver in the state when there is probable cause (and sufficient evidence) to believe that person operated a motor vehicle while impaired by alcohol and/or drugs. Being pulled over and arrested for an alleged DUI, however, does not only occur when people are driving passenger vehicles. It […]

4 Myths about DUI Police Reports
July 11, 2016

Police reports can a central part of DUI cases, as they can provide important insight regarding what happened before, during and immediately after a DUI stop. Reveal more about just how these reports can impact a DUI defense case, below, we have dispelled some of the most common myths about DUI police reports. While the […]

Avoid a July 4th DUI: Know Your Rights in DUI Stops [Infographic]
July 2, 2016

This holiday weekend, Colorado law enforcement authorities will be out in full force, looking to arrest any motorist suspected of being impaired. If you do end up being stopped by a police officer this weekend for suspicion of DUI, knowing your rights – and what to do versus not do – during the stop can […]

4 Missteps that Could Hurt Your DUI Defense Case
May 6, 2016

Being accused of drunk or stoned driving can be stressful, scary and frustrating. What you do after DUI charges have been filed against you, however, can make a big difference in the strength of your defense case moving forward. And that can impact how favorable the resolution to your DUI case ends up being. To […]

DUI Plea Deals in Colorado: 4 Crucial Facts to Understand
May 3, 2016

When facing DUI charges (or other criminal charges), it may be possible for the accused to work out plea deals with prosecutors – depending, of course, on the specifics of the case and the criminal record of the accused. In the event DUI plea deals are an option, here are some of the most important […]

CDOT Puts on ‘Slow-Speed Chase’ for 4/20 Rally to Highlight Dangers of Driving after Pot Use
April 20, 2016

Today, officials at the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will be putting on a “slow-speed chase” at Civic Center Park and Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater to showcase the impacts of driving after using marijuana. According to CDOT, the mock chase, which is part of the ongoing Drive High, Get a DUI campaign, has been scheduled to […]

Can I Get a DUI Expunged from My Record in Colorado?
March 22, 2016

Whether a Colorado DUI can be expunged from your criminal record depends on the outcome of the DUI case, as well as some other factors, which we will reveal below. Who Qualifies for DUI Expungement in Colorado? DUI expungements in Colorado are generally an option when: DUI arrests do not result in DUI charges; or […]

Don’t Push Your Luck by Driving Drunk this St. Patrick’s Day, Colorado Authorities Warn Motorists
March 16, 2016

Law enforcement officials from 87 different agencies in Colorado are currently running heightened DUI patrols for the 2016 St. Patrick’s Day enforcement period, according to authorities at the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). Kicked off last weekend, this DUI crackdown will reportedly run through Friday, March 18th. In addition to staffing more roving patrols, participating […]

6 DUI Mistakes that Can Come Back to Bite You Later
March 10, 2016

When traffic stops put you in the crosshairs of law enforcement officials, what you do and say during these stops can impact whether you end up being arrested for and/or charged with a DUI. In some cases, your actions and statements during these stops can end up hurting or helping a future defense case if […]