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Colorado DWI Laws and Drunk Driving Information
A person cannot drive in the state of Colorado while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. A
Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Limit has been placed above which it is considered unsafe for a
driver to be driving a vehicle.
The Colorado state has set a BAC limit of 0.08. Above this limit, it is considered an offense by a
driver to drive a vehicle, and a driver can be arrested and subsequently convicted of DWAI.
Colorado has also set a lower limit of 0.5 where a driver is only considered driving
while ability impaired and can be arrested and possibly convicted of DWAI. The law
enforcement officer has the authority to request a driver to willingly submit to field sobriety
tests, also known as a breath test. The Colorado state has the right to use these test results in any
criminal prosecution for DWI or DWAI. These tests can also be used for administrative license revocation.
The drivers who are convicted of DWI or DWAI shall:
Complete a community service
Shall pay fines and court costs
In most cases, the drivers are offered probation, and the terms of this offer may vary from case
to case basis. In case a driver is caught with a BAC over 0.08, the Colorado Department of Revenue may also revoke his license. However, the state allows you to allow for a probationary
license, and you can use that while driving to and from work.
You must know that this penalty is in addition to the other charges, and your attorney will have to
fight this offense separately, even if you can get the DWI charge dismissed completely.
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