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I was stopped by CSP on a tip from another driver that I may be drunk. The trooper asked if I had been drinking and I said no. She said she smelled alcohol. I told her I was willing to take a Breath test. I said this 3 times and was ignored each time. I failed the roadside test due to a disability. Then she asked if I took prescription meds. I said yes. I told her what kind but not the name of the med. She then asked me to take a blood test. I said no because I already offerred to take a breath test. I was then arrested for DUID. Specifically muscle relaxerf
Breath tests can NOT determine illegal drugs or prescription drugs in the system. Urine tests and blood tests can...
I was stopped for dui. She insisted I had been drinking. I offered to take a breath test she ignored me. She said I need to take a roadside test. I told her my neurologist has me on video failing that test. She proceeded with the test which I failed. She asked ,e to take a blood test and I refused. She asked if I was on prescription drugs and I said yes. As soon as I mentioned muscle relaxers she placed me under arrest
Doubtful. Your driver's license should be revoked for a year under Colorado's Expressed Consent law. However, the...
I had a run in with the police officer at 8pm the same night, he told my husband and I he would find a way to arrest us for anything if he could. Later in the evening, I had finished the finals in barrels and had a few beers. My car was parked at the barn and the lady I had a few beers with must have called it in because the same cop of earlier meetings pulled me over just as I was turning home. He immediately said my name and asked if i was the one he talked to earlier, then said i smelt like beer and gave me a sobriety test, he said he felt i did not perform well and arrested me. he gave me summons for dui, open container, no insurance (i gave it to him and he said it was a piece of paper) which it was not. he also took my registration and never returned it. help....
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I am a married mother of 4. I want to start a free designated driver service in my small town to reduce the number of drunk driving fatalities in my area. I currently provide my service for FREE (I do on rare occasions receive tips) by picking the intoxicated person and driving them in their own car to their home while my husband follows us in our own car, thus getting them and their car home safe while staying safe myself by having my husband follow and so i can get back in our car and go to the next call. There is a huge demand, however for putting intoxicated people in my vehicle and giving them a ride home. This ride would also be FREE, but I was wondering if I need a Taxi License and/or PUC number to be able to put people in my vehicle to get them home safe? Please help me!!!
I wish I could give you a definite answer because I really appreciate what you are trying to do. The law defines a...
He has 7 felonies ranging from drugs to fraud charges.And has served time in prison. The last time he was in jail ( 2 years ago) he was looking at 25 years to life, but he fortunately his lawyer was able to get him probation and. He has been on the random drug test, but still on probation. He has also broke his probation by going to another state for a weekend without approval. I was wondering if anyone knew how much time he could be facing. He does not have money for a personal lawyer this time and his bond is for 10k Cash bond
If he violated his probation, he is liable for that amount of time plus any time on the new charges. He may be charged...
The reasons for being pulled over each time were for minor traffic violations.
JAIL. Lots and lots of jail. 3 offenses within 3 years in El Paso County and you will be extremely lucky to only get 6...
I was charged with DUI/DUI per se for drinking a beer inside of my parked car. We had our doors open for airflow with our legs sticking out and my keys were in my pocket. The officer, who rode up to the side of my car on a bicycle, wrote in his police report that I had the keys in the ignition. He flat out LIED! This officer was a complete jerk from the beginning of the ordeal. They cuffed me, didn't read Miranda rights to me, and took back to the police station where I blew a 0.105 BAC. My friend (and witness) who was in the car with me when this happened wrote a statement re-emphasizing that the keys were NOT in the ignition. How can they convict me of a DUI if it's mine and my friend's word against a cop's word?
Simply put, because the jury gets to assess the credibility of any witness and they believed the officer over you and...