A DUI is considered an “unclassified misdemeanor” in Colorado. DUI offenses in Colorado are not traffic misdemeanor one or two offenses. You should hire an attorney to review your contract closely, and provide a thorough answer. Let’s go
I also did all types of roadside tests . Cops kept saying they smelled alcohol . I was 100% not under influence . The Dwai charge was dismissed . But the revocation of license still says alcohol related .
Anyone whose license is revoked as a result of a DUI investigation may petition to contest their revocation. However, in order to do so, you typically have to request a hearing in writing within 7 days of the revocation (i.e., within a week of your arrest) - unless you can otherwise show good...Read more »
(1) It is not necessarily illegal to possess a weapon when on probation, especially when the probation is for a nonviolent misdemeanor. However, if there were any specific agreements for your specific probation that prohibit firearm possession, then that is...Read more »
You need to talk to a competent attorney about asset protection and exemption rights in whatever State you are going to live in. The exact Deed Grantee will be critical, and you need that lawyer to tell you what to do. Sometimes trusts are useful, but probably not here. The lawyer's...Read more »
I tied to qualify for public defender however, my pay would not allow it. I had my first appearance on the 29th. All the judge did was ask if I had an attorney, and since I did not he rescheduled my date to March. Why did it get rescheduled? Is he implying that I should get a lawyer?
My neighbor convinced me to let him have 4.5 mg of my prescribed Xanax, claiming he had seizures and lost his prescription bottle with his Klonopin that he needed for seizures. He recieved 2 DUIs that day and had the medication I gave him, but said he refused to tell the police where he got it.... Read more »
I think it be extremely difficult to hold you criminally liable for giving him the pill, given that you had no intent to commit any law violation and were merely assisting a friend with pain management based on their personal representations to you. That said, you certainly could be civilly liable...Read more »
This is an interesting question. If you have an active warrant for your arrest, it is very likely that the DMV, which has access to various government records, will see your warrant and contact the police to arrest you - especially if your criminal bench warrant is related to a traffic offense...Read more »
DUI stands for Driving Under the Influence. A crucial element of the offense is that you were "driving" a motor vehicle at the time of the offense. Driving can be found even if the vehicle wasn't moving at the the time the police officer makes contact with you. For example, if you...Read more »
If you have any pre-sentence confinement credit, that will reduce your sentence (unless that credit has already been applied). The sheriff can also award you reductions based on policies and programs established by the sheriff for county jail inmates.
Can evidence be suppressed when cops find lrg capcty mag in a closed box doing invntry 2 tow?Following an at fault accident I wanted to go over to check the people in the car I hit, I was getting out of my truck but this guy is blocking my door "stay put budy, stay put". He wouldn't... Read more »
They need a valid arrest to search the car. Once they arrest you, they can inventory the car to make sure they document everything in there to keep it safe. This is going to be a very fact intensive suppression issue.
Grandson arrested. Refused all tests. Police noted that he refused breath and blood test. He was taken to jail and the jail called the ambulance to take to hospital for test he had already refused. He refused again at hospital and cop drove him back to jail. Got bill for ambulance ride. Did not pay... Read more »
If you are convicted of or plead guilty to DWAI first, the possible penalties are 2 -180 days in jail, completion of an alcohol evaluation and any recommended treatment, a fine of $200 - $500, 24 hours of community service, and up to two years of supervised probation.
I was pulled over saturday night, the officer gave me a duid ticket. I did have my blood drawn at the hospital. I recently had 5 teeth pulled wednesday so i did let the officer know that i am prescribed medication for the pain. I had not taken these medication all day saturday. The officer i feel... Read more »
On your first appearance, the court will ask you whether or not you want to hire an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, the court will ask you to fill out a form so that a public defender could represent you.
The police use a blood test - under Colorado law - the result is in nanograms - 5 nanograms is the bottom number before you can be prosecuted for DUID Driving under the influence of drugs. Here is a link that will help . https://www.denverpost.com/2017/08/25/marijuana-impairment-testing/
There are no priors. I had the book thrown at me 85 hours community service Interlock system 2 years, 24 hours at education glasses, 52 hours therapy classes, MADD panel, random uas etc etc all because I refused the chemical test at the time of arrest. It seems like a violation of my personal... Read more »
Unfortunately it is not only legal it is very commonly the case. You cannot drink alcohol anywhere. When you accept probation - you accept the conditions of probation. In a DUI case it is within the Judge's discretion to order everything in your post. I wish it were different. Good Luck.
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