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Stalking--What constitutes stalking? In Colorado, stalking is a serious felony offense.

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Richard B. Huttner Greenwood Village CO

While breath analysis is the most common way to test in DUI cases, it is not the most accurate, compared to blood tests. The state of Colorado uses the Intoxilyzer 9000, which replaces the Intoxilyzer 5000EN.

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Richard B. Huttner Greenwood Village CO

With the legalization of recreational use of marijuana in some states such as Washington and Colorado and efforts under way in many others, the concerns over the much-debated driving safety under the influence of drugs are on the rise yet again. Law enforcement in Colorado prepares for rigorous action against the use of drugs while driving, counter arguments criticizing the threshold of 5 nanograms in blood are also steadily increasing.

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Richard B. Huttner Greenwood Village CO

A blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is defined as the number of grams in every 100 milliliters of blood. A person that is shown to have a BAC of 0.08 will have 0.08 of pure ethanol in any blood sample that equals 100 milliliters. BAC Test Validity In most DUI cases, the amount of alcohol in the blood stream is a secondary concern when a test is given. The main interest of law enforcement is the amount of alcohol that has been absorbed into the brain.

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Richard B. Huttner Greenwood Village CO

If you have been charged in the state of Colorado with Driving under the influence of Drugs (DUID) you stand to face a number of harsh penalties. The penalties includes fines, court costs, the loss or limitation of a driver’s license, community service, drug education classes, and possible incarceration. Currently, the state of Colorado has a virtually undefined law against driving under the influence of drugs, which means you need the assistance of Richard B. Huttner, and experienced attorney.

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Richard B. Huttner Greenwood Village CO

Being aware of DUI checkpoints in Denver is a simple way to avoid DUI consequences. Driving under the Influence (DUI) could have some serious consequences for you, especially if you have already faced the same charges earlier.

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