Musell Law is a nationally recognized criminal and DUI defense firm. We will aggressively defend any type of DUI case. We have an excellent track record of defending DUI cases across the Denver metropolitan area. We have listed several topics of Colorado DUI information below to review. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any DUI related questions.
DUI Frequently Asked Questions
After defending DUI cases for the last twelve years, Musell has come up with a list of frequently asked questions we answer in DUI cases. Take a look at our DUI frequently asked questions page. If you don’t see a question you have, contact us and we will be happy to discuss your DUI case.
Colorado DUI laws can be complicated and require an experienced and knowledgeable DUI defense attorney to help you navigate your DUI case. Checkout our DUI Laws page to learn about current Colorado DUI laws. If you have any questions about Colorado DUI laws, contact Musell Law for assistance.
How Much Does A DUI Cost
Colorado DUI cases are expensive. If convicted of a DUI or DWAI, you could face court costs, fees, surcharges, court fines, probation supervision charges, alcohol or drug evaluation and treatment costs, sobriety monitoring costs, possible interlock lease charges, higher insurance rates with a SR-22 insurance rider, and attorneys fees. Learn more about how much a DUI costs at our how much does a DUI in Colorado cost page.
DUI First Offense
If you are sentenced on a DUI first offense, the potential jail time the court could impose is between five days to one year. The court would also order between forty-eight (48) and ninety-six (96) hours of useful public service. Depending on the circumstances of the DUI first offense, the court may require supervised probation. Learn more about a DUI first offense at our DUI First Offense page.
Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana
Colo. Const. Art. XVIII, Section 16. Personal Use and Regulation of Marijuana, made it legal for persons twenty-one years old and older to use marijuana recreationally. However, it is illegal to drive under the influence of marijuana. The legal limit of marijuana in Colorado has been set at 5 nanograms weight of THC in the blood of a driving suspect. However, in reality this arbitrary limit has little to do with actual impairment. Learn more about Driving under the influence of marijuana from our Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana page.
Colorado DMV Hearings
If you have been arrested for a DUI and your blood alcohol content (BAC) registered at 0.08 or above, then you are in danger of losing your driver’s license for a period of time. Additionally, if the DMV determines that you refused to take a blood or breath test when requested to do so, then you could lose your driver’s license privileges. Learn more about Colorado DMV hearings at our Colorado DMV hearings page.