On behalf of Anaya-McKedy, P.C. posted in Drunk Driving on Thursday, March 1, 2012.
Three Colorado Springs men, one 32, the two others 27 years old, were arrested for driving under the influence in three separate Teller County incidents recently.
The 32-year-old was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs, unlawful possession of a schedule 2 drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving on a suspended license and speeding.
One of the 27-year-olds was arrested for DUI and failure to drive in a single lane.
The other was arrested for DUI, driving with excessive alcohol content, improper lane usage, marijuana possession, possession of marijuana concentrate and for having an open container of alcohol in his vehicle.
Another 32-year-old Colorado Springs man was arrested in Teller County for driving while his license was under restraint and for speeding.
A 26-year-old from Cascade was taken into custody in Teller for driving with excessive alcohol content, driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol and failing to maintain a single lane while driving.
A Pueblo man, 24, faces charges that he was unlawfully in possession of prescription drugs, as well as being in possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
A Sedalia man, 52, was previously arrested for DUI, but he’s now also charged with failing to appear on that charge, as well as charges of improper lane usage and failure to provide proof of insurance.
A 32-year-old Woodland Park man was arrested for driving a vehicle while under the influence, as well as failing to remain at the scene of an accident. He also faces charges of careless driving, false reporting and several traffic violations.
A 25-year-old man, also from Woodland Park, was arrested for possession of marijuana concentrate and a charge of obstructing a police officer.
All of those charged should strongly consider making use of an experienced attorney who understands DUI laws, and how to avoid the harshest penalties that can come with a conviction.
Source: ourcoloradonews.com: “Teller County arrests,” Feb. 28, 2012