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I was informed by Colorado Driver Services that I can switch my license from Colorado to Kansas. I went to the drivers license office where I am residing in Kansas. I have a restriction code of "j" on the NDR. I asked driver services what the "j" meant and they have no idea. In Kansas the "j" means driving to and from work and alcohol/drug classes.
So, Kansas is telling you that you have a "red" license or a restricted license to only drive to and from work or for...
Third DUI conviction, the previous one was less than a year ago and the first was about 3 years ago. What are the penalties?
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...
How can the state convict someone of a crime with absolutely no evidence other than an officer's testimony?
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...
Facing DUI Charges, don't think I have received a notice of revocation or anything.Heard a BAC from bloodwork could take months.
I have paperwork but nothing has implied revocation yet in the paperwork. From what I understood from the conversation before I decided on the method of testing, because I took a blood test I was able to hold on to my driver's license for now.I got my driver's license back before being dismissed from the hospital and have been checking the mail daily because of my friend's advice but have yet to receive any other news. It's only been roughly two weeks but I'm feeling increasingly nervous because I am told I have to request a DMV hearing using the notice within a week or face not having a chance to try and get it back. I am also concerned about what may happen if it gets lost in the mail or sent to the wrong address because I moved recently and gave them a different address from my license.
First and foremost, seek the advice and consultation of an experienced DUI attorney, not a friend. You need to make...
I recived a dui and pled it down to dwai and now 14 years later they are making me pled to my new dui as my second
unfortunately, Colorado allow a lifetime look back for prior DUI offenses. Nobody can force you to accept a plea...
I was stopped on jan. 20, 2014 for a dui. i was underage and drove with only a drivers permit. i was taken in to the hospital to do blood tests. It is now march 15 2014 and i still have not received any letter from the court, dmv, or lab test. I was assured by a lawyer that i would have that in about a month? i am wondering what i should do? will my case be dropped if they lose the blood tests? is there any way i can keep my license?
You simply have to wait. Because of numerous problems, the CO Dept of Health had to close their labs. So, law...
What are the chances of the DA finding prior DUI convictions that happened 10+ years ago out of state?
I was charged with a DUI in Colorado (BAC = .15) I have 2 prior DUI convictions in another state, which happened 10+ years ago. What are the chances of the DA finding those records? I have been offered a plea deal with no jail time during the arraingment but I was told that if they find prior convictions the deal will change. How thorough are these searches and can the fact that these previous charges happened many years ago be used in my favor?
You absolutely need a lawyer to assist you with this. Without a lawyer, you will be forced into a situation where you...
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