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May 2019 Archives

Colorado teen faces charges of vehicular homicide, assault

Colorado is notoriously fierce with its drunk driving laws. Even a first-time conviction can easily lead to a long license suspension and an ignition interlock device on your car. However, one Colorado teen is facing even more serious charges following what police believe is an alcohol-related wreck.

Marijuana and driving: Your questions answered

We all know that it’s illegal to drive under the influence of alcohol. A DUI conviction carries with it severe penalties. But since the legalization of marijuana in Colorado is more recent, some people might be unsure how the law applies to driving while under the influence on cannabis.

Drive safely this summer

We may think of winter as the only season in which we need to exercise caution while driving – snow, ice and sleet are all obvious hazards. But Americans drive more during the summer months, and there are more motorists on the road. Summer driving comes with its own set of challenges, but following a few easy tips will keep you safe.

How much will a DUI cost me?

Although people do not always realize it, there is a great financial expense associated with a driving under the influence offense (DUI). As a penalty for your first DUI conviction, you could be required to pay between $600 and $1,000 in fines in addition to receiving other penalties, such as community service and jail time.

Hot-car deaths rise in summer months

Early May marked a tragic milestone: 800 children have died in hot cars since 1998. Four-year-old Riley Taylor died on May 4 after his father left him in a parked SUV while he worked an event in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota.

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