DUI Process in Colorado

According to the Express Consent law in Colorado, it is presumed that every driver has consented to a chemical test, such as the Intoxilyzer 5000 or a blood test, when a law enforcement officer has reason to believe that the person is driving under the influence

Many people do not know that the roadside test, or Standardized Field Sobriety Test, is not mandatory, it is voluntary. If a driver submits to this test, the evidence will be used against him or her in court.

Once charged with a DUI, it is important to call an experienced DUI attorney such as Ann Toney right away. There is information she can give you to help you immediately, and likewise there is information she would need from you immediately, that could impact your case and your defense. Your driver’s license could be in jeopardy, and there is action that needs to be taken within the first seven days of being charged with a DUI.

Ann has even had clients call her while they are in the process of being pulled over by the police, and she was able to advise them and help them avoid a DUI charge.

If you have been arrested for a DUI, your initial consultation with Ann Toney is free. The initial consultation can be done over the phone or in person. Ann drives all over the state of Colorado and more than likely has appeared in the court you’ve been charged in.

The free consultation does not mean you are obliged to hire Ann Toney. If after your initial consultation you realize you forgot to ask some questions, you can call back and she will continue to answer any questions you may have. Ann Toney is here to help you. If you decide to hire Ann Toney, the paperwork and payment can also be handled in person or over the phone.