DUI patrols will be roving St. Patrick’s Holiday weekend | WPMT FOX43

For many Pennsylvanians, St. Patrick’s Day has become a popular “night out” to celebrate with friends and family. Unfortunately, due to the large number of impaired drivers, that “night out” has become very dangerous.In Pennsylvania, impaired driving (being under the influence of alcohol, drugs or a combination of both) remains a top safety issue.

Source: DUI patrols will be roving St. Patrick’s Holiday weekend | WPMT FOX43

The same is true for Colorado. Call 303-332-3602 if it happens to you!

I have completed the mandatory chemical evaluation and treatment recommended/required by the courts in MN. Since I will have already served my 3 year cancellation period by December, would CO require the same challenges to me as MN or would the process be the same living in CO vs in MN? I am trying to make things as easy, inexpensive, and least time consuming possible to get everything back to normal.

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.

My felony offenses was in December 2013 and conviction was before the enactment of felony DUI in Colorado. My previous DUIs were in 2007. I completed outpatient treatment at facility that also offered sober living where I stayed for three months. I do not have any AA documentation or other proof of rehabilitation though I am set to complete probation in August and have been accepted to graduate school in Denver. I am curious as to whether I would be eligible for a license and whether it would require interlock.

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 FAQs are pretty general. I have 6 (state says seven but counted one twice) alcohol related incidents. Never an accident. I have been to rehab, jail and 5 years probation. New York will still not give me a license even though I’m sober almost seven years. Considering a move to Colorado. Would I be able to get a license there?

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.