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DUI Attorney Collateral Consequences

Collateral Consequences of DUI

DUI lawyers are also concerned with secondary impacts of a DUI conviction. People commonly refer to these as collateral consequences. These consequences may be more sever or costly than the punishment for a DUI conviction.

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DUI Investigation

DUI Investigation and Standard Field Sobriety Tests

A skilled DUI attorney will need to understand what these tests. Police officers are often designated as an expert in conducting field sobriety tests.

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DUI Costs

Tips to Saving Money from DUI Attorney in Colorado

Jail time is not the only punishment a defendant will face during a DUI case. DUI cases are extremely expensive.

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Self-Defense Lawyer

Youtuber Shooting and Colorado Self-Defense

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DUI Attorney

Colorado Law Permits a Second DUI to be Punished as a Third

Colorado law will require a defendant to be punished for a third DUI, even if the conviction is a second offense. Speaking with a Colorado DUI Attorney is crucial.

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Prohibited Use of a Firearm

Driving Under the Influence with a Gun in Colorado

Adding a gun to any criminal activity will make the criminal charges worse. District attorneys and judges will want to impose criminal sanctions above and beyond the mandatory minimum.

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DWAI Defense Attorney

Understanding DWAI Drug Charges in Colorado

THC has a limit of 5 nanograms of active THC. This is not particularly high. There is no lower limit for THC and DWAI. A blood test determines THC.

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DMV Hearing Colorado

The Anatomy of a DMV Hearing After a DUI

Driving is essential for most people in Colorado. The impact of a DUI to a person’s driving privileges can be a significant hardship. It is important to know what you are dealing with to understand how best to prepare.

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Supreme Court

Supreme Court and Colorado Stalking Law

Stalking is a serious offense under Colorado Law.

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Felony DUI Statute

A Fourth DUI is Not Always a Felony Under Colorado Law

The language of the felony DUI statute is very particular. In some cases, a fourth DUI cannot be charged as a felony offense.

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