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Q: In Colorado what is 18cr2885 or how do I find this charge

El Paso county

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Robert Gerald Werking answered on Aug 10, 2018

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18CR2885 is a case number. The 18 reflects the year filed (2018), the CR refers to a felony "criminal case" (misdemeanor cases use an "M"), and the 2885 reflects the actual case number (it actually means it would have been the 2885 felony filed in that jurisdiction)....
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1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI for Colorado on
Q: If I am convicted of a DUI, is there any way I can still keep my license?
Robert Gerald Werking
Robert Gerald Werking answered on Jun 7, 2017

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When facing a DUI, your license may be revoked based on either (1) the Express Consent Hearing or (2) Conviction of DUI. The express consent hearing is separately conducted through the DMV. The issue is whether there was probable cause to request a chemical test and whether...
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Q: CO (now in WI) for not reporting to jail to start my 4 month work release sentence? (Say after a random traffic stop)?

Will I be extradited back to Colorado (now in Wisconsin) for not reporting to jail to start my 4 month work release sentence? (Say after a random traffic stop/etc. here in WI)

The sentence was for being terminated (revocated) on probation for failing to follow terms for 1 year of probation... Read more »

Robert Gerald Werking
Robert Gerald Werking answered on Apr 13, 2017

Greetings:

As noted by Mr. McHugh, extradition for a misdemeanor warrant is not common. However, in your particular case, the warrant was for failure to appear for a jail sentence. Based on experience, I would imagine the bond amount is very high and makes it much more likely a prosecutor...
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