Facing DUI charges in Colorado and not sure what to do? Our DUI articles are designed to help you better understand your rights under the law. You’ll find information on every part of the DUI process, from what to do if you’re pulled over for DUI to what to expect during a trial and after conviction. All of this information is available to better educate you.
Each state has different open container laws, and if you don’t know the particular laws in the state you are in, you may not even know if you’re breaking the law. This article will explain some commonly asked questions regarding-
You might be able to guess what a persistent drunk driver is, but this is actually a legal term in the State of Colorado. As such, it has specific characteristics that define who is considered a “persistent drunk driver” by-
Marijuana is the most commonly used illegal drug in the United States. It’s not a surprise that law enforcement is concerned about legal marijuana use and driving while under the influence of legal marijuana. In typical political fashion, the legislature-
From small towns to large cities across America, experimenting with drugs and alcohol is almost like a rite of passage for many young people. According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, it is not uncommon for children-
Underage drinking is illegal in all 50 states. The national legal drinking age is 21 and this law is strictly enforced in the state of Colorado, especially when driving is involved. A teenager can be arrested if found driving with-