December 2019 Archives

Were your rights violated during a drunk driving stop?

One of the most important aspects of law enforcement in Colorado and throughout the country is maintaining safe roads for drivers and passengers alike. Sadly, some police officers do not act ethically during drunk driving stops and may use methods that violate the rights of private individuals. Broadly speaking, law enforcement officers may not break the law in order to uphold the law.

Steps to take as a hit-and-run victim

If someone strikes your motor vehicle with theirs, you expect that they'll stop and exchange insurance information at the very least. However, some people don't do this. Instead, they flee the scene, even though it's illegal, as they don't want to get in trouble with the authorities or deal with the financial impact.

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