Yes. In Colorado, this DUI can be charged when they suspect you used some sort of drug before driving, even if you had a valid prescription. Typically, police and prosecutors use a blood test to attempt to prove you were driving under the influence of drugs, or DUID.
If I’m pulled over for DUI, should I do a breath, blood or urine test? Should I do roadside tests? What should I do!?! At The Datz Law Firm, we get a big laugh at reading other lawyers’ websites that try to answer this question. Our guess is that if you’re on a DUI lawyer’s website, you have already been arrested. We’re not going to post something on our website that talks about how you messed up, or how you should have done things differently. We’re certainly not going to post something on our website that will give you the false idea that you can expect to commit a crime and get away with it.
Our best advice is – Don’t Drink and Drive!
Now, we’re not living in fantasy land, and we know humans are not perfect. Good people get arrested for DUI. It happens every day. Our goal is to help you in every possible way. You are presumed innocent until the prosecutor proves you are guilty. We will zealously defend your case, but in a way that makes sense for you.
Decisions were made – now it’s time to get your life moving back in the right direction.