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Driving Under the Influence

While DUI is one of the most commonly charged traffic offenses in Colorado, it is also a serious criminal offense that has the potential to impact an individual’s financial, professional, and personal life. Due to the serious nature of the potential consequences of a DUI conviction, it is essential to have a highly-experienced attorney who not only knows Colorado DUI law, but who also knows the court system, the science of DUI testing, and the time-sensitive nature of the procedures and filings in DUI matters. If you choose to go to trial, you need an attorney who possesses the confidence, experience, and technical proficiency necessary to vigorously and effectively defend your rights and interests in front of a jury.

If convicted of a DUI, the consequences may include jail time, substantial fines, a suspended driver’s license, as well as a damaged personal and professional reputation.  With so much at stake, a highly-qualified attorney is essential.

Whether the DUI is a first time or repeat offense, every charge has significant impacts and risks.  The McKinstry Law Firm can guide you through the many important considerations in each matter. Mounting the proper defense in a timely manner is essential to a satisfactory outcome in your case.

If you are facing DUI-Drug charges, your lawyer must understand the science and the practical realities of roadside drug recognition, as well as the complexities of blood testing, and its often dubious and misleading results. Your attorney must be able to locate and isolate the flaws in the state’s case, and to make those weaknesses clear to the factfinders.

As a Deputy DA and criminal defense attorney, Mr. McKinstry has handled thousands of DUI, DUR (driving Under Revocation), and related vehicular offenses. He has litigated dozens of DUI cases in front of Colorado juries.

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Denver, CO 80206
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