New laws go in to effect January 1, 2014 effecting Colorado driver’s license revocations following drug or alcohol stops. Currently, and prior to January 1, 2014 any refusal or a subsequent offense (2nd and above) of suspected DUI will lead to a minimum of one full year with no driving privileges.  After January 1, 2014 the mandatory no driving period will become two months for all refusals and one month for subsequent offenses after which drivers will be eligible for interlock restricted licenses.  Drivers whose offense occurred prior to January 1, 2014 will be able to take advantage of these changes as well and should consider beginning the reinstatement process in mid-November 2013.  Contact Peter Loyd Weber & Associates if you have questions about how this can affect your case.

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