We Know Your Rights Regarding Expressed Consent And Refusal
Did you refuse to take a breath test at the scene of a drunk driving arrest in Boulder County? Failure to submit to a chemical test can result in a minimum one-year revocation of your driver’s license.
Colorado’s express consent law requires motorists to agree to a chemical test if law enforcement feels it has reason to believe that a driver is operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Your legal ability to drive could hinge on the outcome of your DUI refusal case. Put Care Enichen‘s knowledge of these matters to work for you, starting today. Call 720-443-4166 for an initial consultation at her full-service criminal defense law office.
Twenty-Five Years Of Experience Working For You
The experienced defense lawyer you want on your side is former Boulder County judge and former district attorney Care Enichen of The Law Office of Care Enichen, LLC.
A breath test refusal makes your Department of Motor Vehicles hearing an important phase of the process. It could be that police did not fully advise you of the “express consent” law. Care Enichen conducts in-depth investigation of your DUI arrest to determine if law enforcement made significant errors in stopping, questioning and arresting you.
Get the facts you need about express consent and refusal, information about your rights and options, and realistic assessments of your driving future in Colorado. Call The Law Office of Care Enichen, LLC, or use our online contact form to schedule an initial consultation.