Posts Tagged: DMV

NFL Player in Hit & Run Had Revoked License

Baltimore Ravens linebacker, Terrell Suggs, pled not guilty to two misdemeanor charges: driving with a suspended license and hit and run.  Both charges carry possible jail time, but it is not mandatory.  Suggs reportedly caused some property damage but failed to stay on scene.  His license is allegedly suspended because of speeding tickets. Colorado’s laws… Read more »

DMV License Revocation Hearings

When a driver is arrested for DUI, police should give the driver an express consent advisement.  This advisement tells the driver that, by virtue of driving in Colorado, the driver has given his consent to take s blood or breath test to determine his or her BAC when police have probable cause to support the… Read more »

3 Days Jail for "Super Extreme DUI"

As follow up to a blog post from last week, Phoenix Suns player, P.J. Tucker, was sentenced on his “super extreme” DUI.  He pled guilty, but received a reduced sentence. Tucker was facing up to 45 days in jail.  The judge sentenced him to 3 days of jail, 11 days of in-home detention and probation…. Read more »

DUI Arrest for Cleveland Browns Receiver Josh Gordon

Cleveland Browns wide receiver, Josh Gordon, was arrested early Saturday morning for DUI.  He was contacted by police for speeding, allegedly going 50 in a 35 mph zone in Raleigh, North Carolina.  In North Carolina, driving while impaired means the person was appreciably impaired.  This definition sounds similar to Colorado’s DUI law, which defines under… Read more »