Colorado Felony DUI Attorneys
Knowledgeable About Colorado Laws
Up until recently, DUIs were a misdemeanor under Colorado law. However, Colorado lawmakers have passed a felony DUI bill which allows prosecutors to charge drivers with a felony if they have multiple DUIs. If you are currently facing felony DUI charges, seek the immediate counsel of Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. We will defend you from the serious charges you face.
Penalties for Felony DUI Charges
Felony DUI charges can lead to serious penalties. Specifically, a driver could be charged with a class 4 felony if the violation occurred after three or more prior convictions of DUI or DWAI, vehicular homicide, vehicular assault, or any combination of the three.
Further, a driver could be charged with a class 4 felony if the violation occurred not more than 7 years after the first of two prior convictions of DUI or DWAI, vehicular homicide, vehicular assault, or any combination of the three, if special circumstances exist like having a child in the car, injuring or damaging a person or property, fleeing the scene, or if the driver's BAC is 0.15 or higher. Class 4 felonies carry a minimum prison sentence of two years, a maximum prison sentence of six years, and three years of mandatory parole.
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Given the increased DUI penalties, it is more important than ever to have a skilled DUI attorney on your side. We will let nothing stand in our way when protecting your rights. With our reputable law firm in charge of your case, you can feel more confident about the future. We have a reputation for delivering top-notch defense to our clients.
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