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Will a first offense MIP in Colorado cause license suspension?
I recently got an MIP in Littleton, Colorado. It's my first offense. Will anything happen to my drivers license since this is my first offense or will I just have to do alcohol classes and/or community service?
While technically the DMV can revoke your license for a period of three months for a first MIP conviction, this is...
Will Jefferson county terminate probation early?
I was sentenced to two years probation for a dui involving an accident. I have completed 18 months with no issues during probation except i failed my first three ua's because of marijuana use before I was sentenced. I filed a motion for early termination 90 days ago and it was denied due to 1) the failed ua's for marijuana 2) because the dui involved an accident. What are the chances the judge will allow the early termination (or unsupervised probation) now?
A lot depends upon the judge and when you filed your motion for early termination. If it was the other day then any new...
What if you don't get a DUI lawyer for a case in Jefferson County Colorado? Do I really need one? Reasonable Cost?
18 year old female. Never in trouble before. Good character. Good kid. Did a stupid teenage thing. Smoked some marijuana. Drive her truck (owned by Dad). Came to a construction zone. Didn't recognize flagman (dark of night in the mountains on an unlit 2 lane road). Followed car in front of here to turn away from construction zone to take another way. 4 charges. 1. Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (not drinking). Took blood sample on site. 2. Failure to follow flagman's orders in a construction zone. 3. Possession of < 1oz of marijuana. 4. Possession of drug paraphernalia. They also impounded the truck, arrested her, gave her a ride near home, released here under custodial arrest. Did not take license. Only one other ticket in a minor fender bender several months ago. Has a steady job, needs truck to get to work.
That depends on how much you value your reputation and freedom. DUID case can be won and often these cases are not...
I have two DUI convictions. My last one being 5 or 6 years ago. Will this affect me getting a real estate license in Colorado?
I'm currently 32. One charge was when I was 23 the other when I was 25
It depends in whether the licensing agency allows someone with a criminal conviction to get a license. Prior...
What are the chances that my level will be below a .05 w the added details below?
i had I shot at 955pm and finished a beer before 1040pm. pulled over, dui, ect. I gave blood at 1152pm. 15 min later I blew .028 & .019 (different pbt machines) 40 min later a .015. im thinking that the average of the breath test will be indicative of the bold level!?
Based on this information, I think it is likely that your blood alcohol level will be under .05. However, that isn't...
I have been ticketed for a MIP for alcohol consumption for the 3rd time. The first charge was dismissed. What is the consequence
My first charge was dismissed due to a class I was able to take. So this would be the 2nd one on my record.
The consequences for an MIP charge can vary widely depending on the jurisdiction in which you were charged. However, a...
Does my 19 year old daughter really need a lawyer?
She was going 60 in a 35; blew .17; Aug 13 DMV court date; Sept 19 DUI court date. Has already began taking level II classes, understands the court will be appointing fees, therapy, probation, loss if license, community service, ignition interlock, etc. With the severity of what she has done I don't see a lawyer getting anything reduced, even though it is a first time offense. With the costs involved with the DUI we don't have any money for a lawyer but she is scared to stand before the judge alone. Not to sound demeaning but, can we "rent" a lawyer just for the court room? I'm sure we could use more help than that but we really don't have the money to pay for very much.
Anyone who hires a lawyer is "renting" their services. Owning other people went out with the Civil War. Once an...