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  • Thousands of Colorado DUI Cases Could be Affected by Lab Report
    DUI Impact
    | 20 June 2013
    Thousands of Colorado DUI Cases Could be Affected by Lab Report
    The Colorado Department of Health’s DUI blood testing laboratory has been under fire recently. This happened after a report went to the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar. So, on June 7, the state’s attorney general’s office faxed this to the defense bar. Also, it went to the state’s head public defender’s office and all district attorney offices. Also, they received a letter with a report attached about an investigation conducted at the state’s DUI blood testing lab. The report, finalized on March 18,...
  • 10 Important Things to Know About a Connecticut DUI
    10 Important Things to Know About a Connecticut DUI
    DUI Facts Connecticut DUI law can seem complicated. Learn about 10 important things to know about Connecticut DUI here. If you refuse to take a breath test, you violate implied consent laws. This means that your license will automatically get suspended, regardless of the verdict in your Connecticut DUI case. There are two hearings involved in a DUI – the court hearing and the DMV hearing. The court hearing will determine if you are guilty or innocent of driving under the influence....