Colorado would require a 2-year interlock and the license would be restricted to driving interlock-enabled vehicles only. Any documented use of alcohol while driving would cause a problem obviously with the license. It’s an advantage to have completed treatment. Colorado law would not mandate the same challenges as Minnesota. This is about as inexpensive and expedited a process as you will find anywhere.
Your felonies aren’t applicable in Colorado. Not having treatment documentation may necessitate taking alcohol classes. You are definitely eligible for a license hearing. A license would require at least a 2-year interlock
The number of alcohol-related incidents isn’t relevant. Having been in rehab is a positive. Unlike New York, Colorado doesn’t have a provision for a lifetime revocation.
Yes, you should prepare as much in advance as possible to be ready to schedule a hearing at the year anniversary of your revocation.
You must pay your ticket before a license can be issued.
It won’t have any effect unless the revoking state’s definition of a felony matches Colorado’s definition of a felony.
No, an individual can go through the process pro se but it’s complicated and any mis-step can cause the Hearing Officer to deny your request for a license, which delays things and costs more money.
It now typically takes 6 to 8 weeks after receiving the denial from DMV to schedule a hearing.
You have passed the year of no driving requirement. An Interlock in Colorado would most likely be for 2 years.
You will be good to go on August 2 to begin the process.