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“Implied consent” is the term used to describe the nationwide policies regarding suspected DUI drivers who refuse to submit to breath or blood sobriety testing during DUI arrests and stops. The laws differ between states, but generally result in automatic license suspension alongside possible criminal charges. To many in the field of DUI, implied consent laws are believed to be unconstitutional based on the Fourth Amendment, which guarantees protection against unwarranted

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The legalization of marijuana brought with it many unanswered questions. Because Colorado was one of the first states to allow recreational marijuana, the data on how legalization would affect several different areas of state policy just did not exist until recently, and what data does exist is by no means expansive. Now that it has been a few years, lawmakers have had time to examine the ramifications of legalization, and in
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If you’re caught driving high (or suspected of it) in the next few months, you might find yourself the recipient of an odd question: Would you like to volunteer for our marijuana DUI pilot program? It appears that the state is finally moving forward with experiments to try and refine how it defines marijuana impairment in drivers. As our regular readers and marijuana aficionados probably know by now, the science behind

The accuracy of DUI blood testing is the lynchpin in any case against a drunk driver, so naturally, Colorado police should want the blood tests to be as accurate as possible. A recent investigation showed an absurd number of abnormalities in a group of blood test results that led to DUI convictions. According to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI), of the 1,500 blood tests conducted in the last six months

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Florida Man strikes again, this time falling into a premature food coma (allegedly brought on by alcohol) in the drive-through lane of a Gainesville Taco Bell. The 25-year old was discovered by workers in the drive-through when he failed to respond for requests for his order and, when awoken, moved his vehicle into an empty parking spot to await his food. Shortly after, a police officer found him asleep again and

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 Why Should I Hire a DUI Defense Lawyer in Denver?
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