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Colorado law enforcement cracks down on drunk driving

Posted on May 22, 2015 in
Graduation, whether it be from high school or college, is one of the happiest moments in the lives of many Colorado students. This can be a time to let off some steam and celebrate with friends and family. Unfortunately these celebrations can result in tragedy when drinking and driving is involved. Sadly,drunk driving accidents...
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Drunk driving causes numerous fatal accidents every year

Posted on April 13, 2015 in
In Colorado, driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol has proven to be a serious problem. Each year, more than 150 people are killed in accidents involving alcohol and many others suffer serious injuries. As a result of these accidents and other negligent behavior behind the wheel, more than 26,000 people are arrested...
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Colorado drivers with history of DUIs continue to cause accidents

Posted on March 18, 2015 in
In the United States, nearly 300,000 people drive drunk every day. Law enforcement officials catch only about 4,000 of these drivers. When a driver is caught drunk driving, there is the hope that they will never make the same mistake again. Unfortunately, some Colorado drivers don't learn their lesson.One Colorado woman was on her...
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Colorado scores high marks in MADD’s annual report

Posted on January 15, 2015 in
Driving under the influence is a serious problem across the country. Every year thousands of people suffer serious injuries and hundreds lose their lives because of drunk driving. Fortunately, Colorado's efforts in recent decades to prevent alcohol-related accidents have been paying off, with fewer deaths in just the past few years. The national organization...
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Colorado laws questioned as man gets yet another DUI charge

Posted on December 4, 2014 in
Intoxicated driving has been a perennial problem in the United States. While most states have developed strict laws to curb drunk driving, Colorado's laws seem to lack a bite. Colorado is among five other states, and Washington, D.C., to not have laws that charge repeat offenders with a felony. The other states are Maine,...
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