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The treatment required for a person convicted of domestic violence in Colorado is based on assessing a persons “risk and needs” and then assigning them to one of three risk levels.

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If you have a DUI conviction on your record, you likely will have trouble traveling to Canada. Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act says that individuals with criminal records are “inadmissible,” and will NOT be allowed to enter Canada.

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The Colorado Courts have recently confirmed that a chemical test must be completed within two hours of the last driving for the Colorado DMV to be able to use it to revoke a driver’s license under the Express Consent Law.

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Sometimes injuries or illnesses can appear much like impairment by alcohol or drugs. A person with a head injury, who causes an accident, may appear to a police officer like a person who is impaired by alcohol or drugs.

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You should know that you do not have to talk to a police officer just because the officer asks you to. Depending on the situation, a person can provide new evidence or add to the evidence police have against them

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If you are contacted by a police officer who wants to talk to you about some event you may have been involved in or been a witness to, you are NOT required to speak to them.

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