Posts Tagged: Traffic Offenses

How Many Points Are Too Many Points?

How Many Points Do I Get on My Driver’s License? People often come to us for help with traffic tickets and one of the most common concerns is whether they are in danger of losing their driver’s license.  Colorado has a points system.  The first question is the age of the driver.  Colorado allots a… Read more »

Aurora Red Light Cameras Questioned

Aurora is currently a red light enforcement community.  The city has red light cameras at various locations.  The city’s contract with Xerox for the red light cameras is expiring in June.  The contract has not yet been renewed because it is uncertain whether the cameras will continue to be used.  While the cameras generate about… Read more »

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 »

Texting While Driving

Colorado State Patrol is cracking down on texting and driving this weekend.  They are running extra patrols to try to catch people using their cell phones while driving.  A few years ago, Colorado passed a law the prohibits all drivers from texting and emailing from their cell phones.  Drivers under the age of 18 are… Read more »

DUI Cop Who Arrested Bieber Caught in More Lies

The Miami Beach police officer who said he saw Justin Bieber drag racing before his DUI arrest, may have been lying.  The GPS from the officer’s patrol car shows that he was traveling at normal speeds at the time he contacted Bieber. The officer reported that Bieber was traveling at 55 to 60 mph, but… Read more »

Man Suspected of DUI Takes Police on Car Chase

At approximately 3:45 on Friday afternoon, a driver suspected of DUI took police on a slow chase on I-70 before he started ramming into other cars to attempt to elude the police.  When the driver began running into other cars, an officer shot the driver.  The unidentified man was taken to St. Anthony’s hospital.  His… Read more »

Even Speeders Condemn Speeding

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration completed a survey providing information about how people feel about speeding as compared to their actions.  91% of those surveyed agreed that people should obey the speed limit.  However, over a quarter of those surveyed also indicated that they speed without thinking.  16% said they do not believe that… Read more »