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Watch out Ohio – Drug Recognition “Experts” are Here

Ohioans, especially baby boomers taking any prescription medicines, should be very nervous. Why? You are now the focus of the newest toy in the Ohio drunk driving, DUI – OVI, enforcement toy box. The Feds have given Ohio lots of money to obtain and use this toy.  Recently both the Columbus Dispatch and WBNS 10TV interviewed me for stories about the new DRE training program.  Amazingly, in the 10TV story, the spokesman for the Ohio Highway Patrol asserted that officers ... Read More »

Colorado Senate Passes 5ng Bill

Recently in this blog, we’ve reported on the efforts Colorado lawmakers have made to establish a THC-blood limit for drivers in the Rocky Mountain State. At the end of April, a Senate committee rejected a bill proposing these changes to Colorado DUI law, however the measure quickly regained momentum. On Tuesday, May 7, the Senate voted 24-11 in favor of House Bill 1325, which states that motorists who have 5 nanograms of active THC in their blood are too stoned to drive ... Read More »

Bill to create marijuana BAC equivalent fails in Colorado Senate

As we’ve been reporting on this blog for some time, a proposed bill has been circulating in the Colorado legislature that aimed to establish a legal limit on the nanograms of THC per 100 milliliters of blood that state drivers could register in blood tests given by law enforcement officials.  The bill, formally known as House Bill 13-1114, would have made 5 nanograms of THC per 100 milliliters marijuana’s equivalent of the 0.08 blood alcohol content limit for drivers who are ... Read More »

The Orr Law Firm speaks at the 2013 CCDB DUI Conference

From April 4 to April 5, the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar, a statewide organization dedicated to uniting the professionals who serve persons who are accused of committing crimes, convened for an important annual meeting. Named the 2013 DUI Conference and held in Breckenridge, Colorado, this National College for DUI Defense State-approved seminar sought to inform the attorneys and lawyers who practice in this field of the latest developments and legal challenges that can help them mount a more effective defense ... Read More »

Felony DUI Law coming to Colorado

Introduced in the state’s House of Representatives on February 1 and amended to appropriations with bipartisan support on February 21, House Bill 13-1214 could mean big changes in Colorado DUI law are on the way. Under the existing laws, a DUI is considered a misdemeanor unless it results in injuries or fatalities. This differs sharply from the policies of most other states where repeat offenders can be given felony convictions for incidents that don’t result in any harm. However, the ... Read More »