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Colorado Springs DUI Lawyer

You ONLY Have 7 DAYS to Request A DMV Hearing in CO.

Your License Will Be AUTOMATICALLY Suspended If You Don't. You NEED to Act Fast.

Have you been arrested for DUI? Speak to one of our Colorado Springs DUI lawyers now. An attorney can help you with your legal matter and potentially help you avoid criminal charges and jail time.

Driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while ability impaired (DWAI) is a serious criminal offense that can result in jail time, loss of driving privileges, and a conviction on your record that limits future employment — and puts your current job or career in jeopardy.

A DUI conviction can be a life-changing event.

It’s understandable to be afraid of going to jail. It’s also common to just want to “get it over with” and accept whatever plea bargain the D.A. throws your way.

It’s normal to feel fear and embarrassment after being charged for a DUI, especially if this is your first DUI offense. No one wants to deal with the uncertainty of facing criminal charges.

A DUI case can derail your life and plans, but let any former prosecutor tell you: accepting a deal from the district attorney without first consulting an experienced criminal defense attorney is one of the biggest mistakes you can make.

If you have been arrested for a DUI charge or first-time DUI, call or text now for a free consultation.

If you have been arrested…

Your FREEDOM is potentially at stake. A conviction can have a huge impact on your job, relationships, and your future. You need to act fast.

Facing DUI Charges in Colorado Springs?

You should contact a Colorado Springs DUI lawyer immediately if you have been arrested or charged with DUI.  Call our law office today and a criminal defense lawyer will help you with a free case evaluation. This is where we will review your criminal charges to determine the best strategy to resolve your legal matter. You are welcome to visit either one of our two locations. Free consultations can also be done virtual or over the phone. Call now or schedule a free consultation here.

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The cost of DUI can be expensive. If you are convicted of DUI in Colorado Springs the potential penalties can include loss of insurance coverage, higher insurance premiums, the loss of a job or career, and a harder time getting a job in the future.

A DUI offense in Colorado Springs can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony. There are also “aggravating circumstances” — elements of the crime that require stiffer penalties or longer jail time — if found guilty. If you are facing a felony DUI or additional charges, the penalties will likely be greater.

Some examples of aggravating circumstances include:

If any of these aggravating circumstances existed at the time of arrest, Colorado state law requires that an interlock ignition device be installed in any vehicle being operated by the offender — even if this is your first DUI!

If your job requires you to drive or you hold a commercial license, a DUI conviction can severely affect your source of income and your family. A DUI case often results in license suspension or being required to use an ignition interlock device to operate a motor vehicle.

Your DUI record can also harm your job and future earning prospects. Ignoring the situation will not make it better. It will often make it worse. You only have a limited amount of time to request a DMV hearing to stop the automatic suspension of your driver’s license.

There are also times when you can get a DUI and not even realize you did anything wrong. For example, some people do not realize that you can be charged with DUI for driving after taking prescribed medication or that you can get a DUI when you are just sitting in your car without driving. But a DUI does not have to be the end of your world. At Right Law Group, we understand that people sometimes make mistakes and we are here to help. Our experienced Colorado Springs DUI lawyers have defended numerous clients following drunk driving arrests. We can analyze your circumstances and prepare a proper defense. We know the Colorado laws as well as the judges and prosecutors and will strive to get your most favorable outcome.

We understand that mistakes happen. When they do, you need an experienced Colorado Springs DUI lawyer to defend you. We can analyze your circumstances and prepare a proper defense. We know the Colorado DUI laws as well as the judges and prosecutors and will strive to get your most favorable outcome.

If you are unsure of what steps to take, contact Right Law Group today for a free case evaluation. You may be able to keep your license. Call us now to get help. An experienced Colorado Springs DUI lawyer can help get you through this. Contact us today for a FREE consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

The punishment for a DUI in Colorado will depend on a few factors. The main two factors being the Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of the driver, and whether this was their first DUI conviction or if they had any previous ones. For a first-time DUI, depending on their BAC, a driver can face jail time up to one year, the revocation of their license for 9 months, community service, and alcohol classes. These penalties will be even steeper with consecutive DUIs.
Colorado’s legal limit is a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of .08. Anyone operating a vehicle with a BAC of .08 or higher will be charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI).
In Colorado, a DUI is most often considered a misdemeanor. However, if the DUI in question causes the severe injury or death of anyone, or if it is the driver’s 4th or more DUI (in any amount of time), the charges will most likely be elevated to a felony.
The period of license revocation for a DUI in Colorado depends on the particular circumstances. For first a first DUI in Colorado, the minimum license revocation period is 9 months (which could be increased for extenuating circumstances). This period will also be longer for any subsequent DUI convictions the driver faces.
Yes, Colorado is considered a zero-tolerance state. This means that for drivers under the age of 21, it is unlawful for them to drive with a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of .02 – .05. A first-time offense within this range is considered an infraction rather than a misdemeanor. Any BAC over a .05 would be charged as usual.
There is no mandatory jail time for a first DUI unless the driver’s BAC was above .200. However, depending on the BAC, and other factors (such as serious injury or death) there is the possibility of jail time from 5 days all the way up to 2 years.
A DUI conviction in Colorado will stay on someone’s criminal record (and thus show up on any background checks performed) for 10 years after the conviction.
In the state of Colorado, a DUI will result in 12 points to your license.


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