When you are arrested for a DUI, UDD, or DWAI, or are considered a consistent abuser os controlled substance, Colorado Law requires the abuser take responsibility for his or her actions by taking a breath or blood test.
Colorado Expressed Consent Law
In Colorado’s “expressed consent” law, if the arresting officer has probable cause to believe a person has been driving under the influence, they can require the driver to take a chemical test of blood or breath to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC). If you fail or refuse to take a chemical test, blood, breath, or urine, your license will be suspended. Depending on the amount of refusals incurred, a license can be suspended for up to three years.
For more assistance on how to handle refusals, South Denver Law in Parker, Co is the attorney you can trust. Please contact us or call us for more information regarding DUIs, DWAIs, UDDs, or substance abuse.