Don’t Let a DUI Mar Your Early Holiday Season

Now that it’s November, people in Colorado are looking forward to Thanksgiving and all the winter festivities that follow it. It is a popular time of year for parties, and oftentimes alcohol is served at these occasions. However, whether you are watching football with a beer on Thanksgiving Day, or sipping champagne to ring in the New Year, it is important to keep in mind that the police will be on high alert this time of year for those who they believe are drunk driving.

The consequences should you be convicted of DUI or DWI in Colorado are severe. You could face fines or even incarceration. Moreover, you could lose your driver’s license. All of these consequences can make it prohibitively difficult to carry out basic daily activities such as going to work, picking your kids up from school, and running errands. It is a situation no one wants to find themselves in.

At the Law Office of Lori Crystal, LLC, we believe those charged with DUI or DWI need to act to protect their rights. We understand what matters most to our clients, and we will work zealously to make sure our clients’ needs are met. While we will always provide honest advice, we are not afraid to aggressively represent our clients in court when necessary.

Thanksgiving and the winter holidays are a time to celebrate with family and friends, but a DUI or DWI can negatively affect a person’s life long after the holidays have passed. It is important that those facing drunk driving charges develop a solid defense strategy so they can have a shot at clearing their name. With the right help, those in Colorado who have been arrested for DUI or DWI can better understand the charges they face so that they can make informed decisions about how best to proceed.

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