Colorado Felony DUI Defense

Multiple offense DUI charges can lead to a felony conviction in Colorado. Because of what is at stake, it is important to seek the aid of a defense attorney that knows the intricacies of both Colorado DUI law and the procedures in felony court.

If proposed legislation is passed this summer, a third DUI conviction will be a felony if it comes within seven years of the first two convictions. In addition, a fourth offense in a lifetime would be a felony. These changes to Colorado DUI law are expected due to the legislative pressure from the public to get tougher on multiple offenders.

The new Colorado felony DUI law expands and increases the possible sentences for a DUI conviction. The maximum sentence for a class 4 felony is up to six years in the Department of Corrections, and up to 12 years in prison with aggravated circumstances. The penalties are the same for a felony vehicular assault involving a DUI or a vehicular homicide involving reckless driving.

Your Denver DUI Defense Team

The attorneys at Tiftickjian Law Firm have a vast range of experience and knowledge defending felony charges and DUI allegations. Our lead attorney was named “Best DUI attorney” for two-years in a row by Colorado’s official bar journal (Law Week Colorado), and has written books on DUI and drug crime defense. He is a former Deputy District Attorney who has experience on both sides of the courtroom.

If you have been charged with a felony DUI or other major traffic offense, contact our Colorado defense team today at (303) DUI-5280, or (303) 384-5280.