Have you received a letter or phone call from a Traffic Investigations Unit or another police department?If so, it's important to understand that this means that you are under investigation -- quite likely regarding a "hit and run."
Have you been pulled over and ticketed for exceeding the speed limit in what you felt like was nothing more than a speed trap in a Colorado town?
As soon as you see those red and blue lights flashing in your mirror, you start steeling yourself for the uncomfortable encounter that's about to come with the officer who is pulling you over.
There is never a good time to see police lights in your rearview mirror. If you're pulled to the side of the road for a traffic violation, it's imperative to know your legal rights and the steps you can take to protect them.
As a driver, you must obey the rules of the road at all times. It's easier said than done, but any mistake can lead to trouble with the law.
Getting pulled over in Colorado does not have to be as stressful as many think it is. When you are issued a traffic ticket, you need to take it seriously. Do not toss the ticket in the trash, refuse to pay it or even argue with the officer about the suspected violation. Here are some tips for ,.