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How Colorado deals with repeat DUI offenders

While it might seem like a drunk driving conviction is a life-changing event, many individuals find themselves facing the criminal justice system subsequent times. Based on numerous factors, Colorado penalties for repeat DUI charges carry significant consequences....

Do I have to submit to field sobriety testing?

Picture it. You are out driving around town when a police officer pulls you over. The officer asks you to step out of your vehicle and participate in field sobriety testing. What do you do? In the state of Colorado, you actually have a choice here. You do not have to...

What to wear for child custody litigation

When you file for divorce in a Colorado court and you happen to be a parent, there will be numerous issues that you and your spouse must resolve before you can go your separate ways. If you disagree about child custody, the family court judge overseeing your case can...

How to pay child support in Colorado

Getting a divorce or separating from a partner with whom you share children can prove difficult in several ways. The child support aspect of it alone may prove more challenging to navigate than you might think. If you’re on the payor side of a child support order, you...

Do I have to submit to a Breathalyzer test?

You’re driving around town when all of a sudden you see lights flashing behind you. An officer is pulling you over. As you move to the shoulder, thoughts of what you might have done wrong are zooming through your head. The officer comes to your window, asks you a few...

Resolving conflict in a child custody case

No one can predict which Colorado marriages will end in divorce. Perhaps you suspected for months that your own marriage was headed that way before filing the papers. Or maybe your spouse caught you off guard by informing you that he or she was filing for divorce. No...