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Current DUI consequences might not be helping anyone

On top of losing access to driving privileges, the consequences for a drunk driving conviction can range from fines to jail time. However, putting someone behind bars for a DUI might not actually be as effective as it was previously believed to be. Instead, experts are suggesting alternative methods that could not only help make Colorado roads safer but could also keep those convicted of drunk driving out of jail.

Felony DUI charges increase under Colorado's new law

Changing Colorado laws have recently led to higher arrest numbers for those suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol. Nearly one hundred felony DUI charges are being filed every month, and the increased number of arrests is not all. The potential penalties of these felony DUIs are even stricter.

Apparent counterfeit Broncos merchandise yields serious charges

Alleged counterfeit merchandise for the NFL Broncos is at the center of a criminal case against four Colorado men. The men face several different serious charges, including money laundering and racketeering. One of the accused is a former lieutenant who served with a Colorado-area police department.

Results of blood draw could lead to drunk driving charges

Multiple parked vehicles were involved in a car accident that ultimately led to a woman's arrest. Although the driver has not officially been charged for drunk driving, Colorado authorities suspect that alcohol might have influenced the wreck. She is currently still in police custody on various allegations, including restraining order and bond condition allegations.

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