A qualified Colorado DUI defense attorney has the resources to help ensure you’ve done all you can to avoid costly fines, community service, DUI classes, a revoked license, or even time in jail.
In an effort to curb the number of instances of DUI and DWAI instances, police departments and other governmental agencies have started pairing up and combining their forces. For instance, the Colorado Springs Police Department and the Colorado Department of Transportation often pair together during the CSPD’s Heat is On programs. These programs typically run during holiday weekends (e.g., Fourth of July weekends) and involve both sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols. Also, while the CSPD often pairs with the Department of Transportation, it has also paired with other governmental agencies such as the Pikes Peak Regional DUI Task Force and the National Highway Transportation Safety Association.
Unfortunately, however, instances, where law enforcement officers do not adhere to guidelines and statutory regulations, do exist. Consequently, you’ll want to make sure you’ve done everything within your power to protect yourself legally, should you find yourself with a DUI or DWAI charge. If you’ve been charged with a DUI or DWAI, then you’ll need to seek out a professional with both the experience and expertise to provide you with a fair defense. A qualified Colorado DUI defense attorney has the resources to help ensure you’ve done all you can to avoid costly fines, community service, DUI classes, a revoked license, or even time in jail.
It is important to understand the difference between DWAI, DUI, and DUI-D and the specific penalties associated with each offense.
Whether you have been charged with a DUI, DUID, or DWAI, you have the right to obtain a lawyer. At Liberty Law Center, we are devoted to defending you in court to ensure your rights are protected.