Posts Tagged: DWAI

For the purpose of a DUI or DWAI charge, what is the meaning of “Driving”?

When facing allegations of a DUI or DWAI it is important to know key terminology. Obviously both charges involve “driving”, whether it is driving under the influence or driving while ability impaired. The word “driving” is an important and sometimes misunderstood term that is pivotal to both offenses. It can be confusing because you do… Read more »

10x DUI Offender Sentenced

A judge in Weld County handed down the first felony DUI sentence in the county.  In August, a new law took effect, making a fourth DUI in a lifetime a class 4 felony.  The Weld County defendant had 9 prior alcohol or drug related driving offenses.  Cumulatively, he had spent 12 years on probation and… Read more »


Dahl, Fischer & Wilks and our clients achieved some good case outcomes recently.  With the help of our clients, we have been able to secure a couple of dismissals for our clients.  

5 Common DUI Questions

We pride ourselves in offering individualized attention, not only to clients, but everyone who calls us seeking possible representation.  People who call our office or submit questions through our website will always speak with or be responded to by a lawyer.  Everyone’s case or issue is unique, but there are a few questions we get… 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 »