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When Does a DUI Become a Felony?

In a nutshell, there are two main categories where a DUI case can fall into—misdemeanor and felony. A person can be charged and convicted with a misdemeanor DUI if it is their first, second, or third time getting caught. But when does a DUI become a felony in Colorado? Here’s what you need to know.…

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What Is an Interlock Ignition Device?

The penalties following a DUI conviction can include jail time, community service, probation, paying for fines that can go up to a thousand dollars, and the loss of driving privileges. On the bright side, there are many instances when a violator can reinstate their license and driving privileges after their arrest.   But this comes…

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The Cost of a DUI in Colorado

Being charged for driving under the influence (DUI) can be costly since the legal process can take 6 to 12 months before getting resolved and now even longer in the era of COVID. The good news is that working with an experienced DUI lawyer can potentially lower the overall DUI costs and help reduce jail…