Protecting Your Future After A Felony DUI

In Colorado, most repeat DUI offenses carry mandatory prison time under the law. At Anaya-McKedy, P.C., we help those accused of drunk driving protect their interests while pursuing justice under the law. Our attorneys will force the government to prove its case against you while counseling you about options to improve your situation.

Tougher DUI Laws Call For Tougher DUI Lawyers

Until recently, repeat DUI offenses in Colorado were charged as misdemeanors, punishable by up to one year in jail. However, effective July of 2015, a person's fourth drunk driving charge in his or her lifetime will be a felony charge, punishable by up to six years in prison.

In addition to a longer prison sentence, a felony charge can leave a lasting mark on your criminal record, making it difficult to find employment, secure housing or even own a firearm. Military service members may face administrative discharge action that threatens their standing and benefits.

With such high stakes, it is essential that you do everything possible to fight the charges against you. Lawyers Eric Anaya and Cynthia McKedy, both former prosecutors, have more than 30 years of combined experience helping people in your situation.

Your Defense Starts With Anaya-McKedy, P.C.

When your future and your freedom are on the line, do not trust your DUI case to an experienced attorney. Please contact us online or via telephone to arrange a free, confidential consultation. You may reach us at 719-387-9954 during business hours or 719-362-7868 during evenings and weekends.