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Personal Breathalyzers may not prevent DUI arrests

Avoiding the consumption of alcohol remains the very best method of avoiding a drunk driving charge. However, we live in a social world where it is common to enjoy a few drinks with friends while away from home. Unfortunately, this can lead to an arrest and possible conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol.

What are the penalties for Colorado’s felony DUI offenders?

Any conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol in Colorado has the potential to lead to some serious penalties. However, if authorities convict you of drunk driving for a fourth or subsequent time, you should anticipate an even harsher punishment. Nowadays, a fourth Colorado DUI constitutes a felony offense. In many cases, this means jail time, among other potential and serious repercussions.

Shoplifting may involve different types of conduct

The retail industry takes shoplifting seriously. This makes sense, as retail theft results in about a $50 billion loss to U.S. shop owners every single year. Even though it may seem to be relatively harmless, shoplifting is a serious offense in the Centennial State. In fact, depending on the value of the item, shoplifting may be a felony. 

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