When it comes to DUI and marijuana, there’s no better resource for information than the law offices of M. Colin Bresee. As an experienced criminal defense lawyer, he’s written several articles about marijuana DUI laws in Colorado, which you’ll find here. Read on to learn more about your rights under the laws of the state, then be sure to schedule a consultation with our team so we can better understand your specific case. We’re here to help fight for your rights.
Back Story: This summer I was fortunate enough to have had two student interns. It was an eye-opening experience for them! After 2 months they stated that everything they had been taught in school and understood about the 4th Amendment and 5th-
On Monday, I was scheduled to being a week long sex offense Jury Trial. On the morning of the first day of the Jury Trial, the Deputy District Attorney stood up and said, “Judge, based on all the work Mr. Bresee-
The website where you can find ALL of the approved treatment providers in your area (193 page document broken down by Judicial Districts) is at the Colorado Department of Human Services link below: Listing of ALL State of Colorado Certified-
The bill to mandate Colorado’s new felony bill for multiple DUI’s passed the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday, February 5, with a vote of 13-0. Colorado is one of only 5 States left that does NOT have a felony DUI-
The Colorado Legislature has made several important changes to the Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI) laws as they related to the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). These new laws go into effect on-