Getting pulled over by a police officer while under the influence and getting charged with a DUI is an intimidating experience. The DUI lawyers at Murphy & Price, LLP can provide assistance during this process.

  1. What Can Happen If You’re On Active Duty And Get A DUI

    Dealing with a DUI, on or off a military base, can be difficult and disheartening to say the least. Knowing that you got behind a wheel drunk and trying to come to terms with your decision can leave you feeling a variety of emotions, including frustration, guilt and fear about how your career and future will be impacted. Here at Murphy & Price, LLP, we understand that you are in the midst of a…Read More

  2. The Difference Between A DUI And A DWAI In Colorado

    If a driver is driving drunk and gets stopped by a police officer, they could be charged for driving while intoxicated in one of two ways: with a DUI or a DWAI. DUI, which stands for “driving under the influence,” is the most severe intoxicated driving charge in the state of Colorado, and goes into effect if the driver is caught driving with a certain blood alcohol content (BAC). A DWAI, which…Read More

  3. What Happens When You Get A DUI On A Military Base

    A DUI or a DWAI in any capacity can be terrifying, expensive, and detrimental to your career. From getting pulled over when you’re underage to being on a military base and finding a police officer with a flashlight in your face, it’s never a good feeling to know that you’ve been caught drinking and driving. We know that you may be going through a severe situation and you feel at a loss of wh…Read More

  4. Why You Need To Be Honest With Your DUI Lawyer

    DUIs or DWAIs can be overwhelming and painful to go through. Every year about 30,000 people in Colorado are arrested for driving while intoxicated. Colorado has some of the strictest DUI and DWAI laws in the nation. Unlike some states, if you blow between a .05 percent and a .08 percent you’ll get a DWAI, which is similar to a DUI, except the fines and jail time are slightly less. If you’ve ha…Read More

  5. Tips For What To Do If You’ve Been Drinking And Are Pulled Over

    Whether you’re sober or not, it’s never ideal to see the red and blue lights appear in your rearview mirror. Your stomach drops, you feel like you’re going to be sick, and your mind works hard to figure out your next steps. If you’ve been drinking, then you probably feel even more nervous about what happens when you’ve decided to drink and drive. First, it’s never a good idea to drink …Read More

  6. Will A DUI Result In Deportation For An Immigrant?

    If you’re an immigrant living in America, then you’re probably feeling a mix of emotions when you watch what’s going on in the country. Even if you live in a predominately tolerant area, you’re probably still feeling a little nervous on whether or not you’re going to get deported regardless if you’re a legal or undocumented immigrant. In What Rights Do Undocumented immigrants Have?, we…Read More

  7. The Ignition Interlock Device Explained

    What is an ignition interlock device? An ignition interlock is a device installed in a motor vehicle that will stop it from starting if the driver is too intoxicated to be behind the wheel. The driver must blow into the device before starting the car in order to provide a breath sample, which is tested for a set BAC level. If the device detects excessive BAC levels, it will not allow the vehicle t…Read More

  8. Why This is a Busy Time of Year in Our Office

    The holiday season is a time of year when many businesses trying to wrap things up and wind down as the year comes to a close. That's not the case for our DUI lawyer in Colorado Springs. This can be an especially busy time of year for our office. That's because the holidays always see an increase in the instances of drunk driving. Two of the most deadly holidays are New Year's Eve and Thanksgiving…Read More

  9. The Police Are Cracking Down on DUIs This Holiday Season

    Our Colorado Springs DUI lawyer has been getting a lot of calls recently thanks to a drunk driving crackdown in Colorado. Law enforcement agencies often start DUI crackdown operations during the holiday season. That means they might have more officers out on the road looking for drunk drivers or they may set up more checkpoints on major roads. Locally, the Colorado Department of Transportation sta…Read More

  10. How to Tell You’ve Had Too Much to Drink

    It can be tough to know when you've had too much to drink. Our DUI lawyer in Colorado Springs receives calls all the time from clients who are shocked they were over the legal limit after just a few glasses of wine. The legal BAC limit of 0.08 doesn't leave a lot of room for error, and you could be close to that limit after recently consuming just a few drinks. Everyone is different, though, so th…Read More