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Proving DUIs In Colorado

Colorado criminal defense attorney Doug Richards talks about how to prove a DIU in the state of Colorado. For more information, or if you need legal help, contact the law offices of Denver DUI attorney Douglas Richards, or call 888-919-5280 for you free consultation. With a DUI, the state can prove that you were intoxicated through a number of ways. One is that you aren’t able to do certain balance exercises the way that the officer...

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What Happens if I Drive Intoxicated from Alcohol or Medication | Colorado Vehicular Crimes Attorney

Our Denver Vehicular Crimes Attorney at The Law Office of Douglas Richards has experience dealing with cases relating to DUI, drunk driving, and other vehicular offenses. “In Colorado and anywhere in the United States, it’s obviously illegal to drive if you’re under the influence of alcohol if you have a 0.08 or more or if they can prove that you’ve lost the normal use of your mental or physical faculties due to...

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College Student Defense Attorney | Denver | Boulder | Colorado

“College kids are not immune to criminal offenses as well. Some of my clients come to me with DUI cases or drug cases and I’m very comfortable helping a college kid who’s parents might not be in Colorado, navigate through the criminal justice system in Colorado. I can handle cases from the University of Denver, CU Boulder, Colorado School of Minds, any of the local colleges. I’m very happy to help college kids...

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5280 Defense Lawyer Doug Richards | Federal Crime Defense Lawyer | Denver CO

Everybody makes mistakes, but it’s who you have standing next to you, in court, fighting for your rights, that really makes the difference. I’ve been a federal prosecutor, I’ve been a state prosecutor. The type of experience that few other attorneys have had. I can look at your case, through the eyes of a prosecutor, through the eyes of a police officer. I can tell you what they’re thinking. I can tell you about...

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682 Arrested During St. Patrick’s Day Week | DUI | Colorado

Reported by the denverpost.com. During the week of St. Patrick’s Day, March 11-18, 682 suspected DUI arrests were made in the state of Colorado. “During that same period, five people were killed on Colorado roads, although preliminary investigations suggest none were alcohol-related, the Colorado State Patrol reported today. The largest number of arrests were in Denver, where 101 drivers suspected of being impaired were taken into...

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