Colorado law allows an individual whose driving privileges has been revoked due to DUI convictions to petition the court for a license.
If you have had your driver's license suspended or revoked by non compact state, you will need to contact the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles (CDMV) to apply for a Colorado license.
A non-compact state driver's license is one that has been issued by a non-compact state. Colorado will not analyse you driving history under its own laws.
An individual who is denied a license at the administrative hearing may file an appeal with the district court within 35 days of the denial. The district court will review the case and make a decision based on the evidence presented.
If your driving offenses were in a non compact state, there is no grounds to deny you a license. Until 2017, licenses were routinely granted and the laws are the same now as they were then.
If the judge rules that the law was not followed, he or she has the auhority to order CDMV to issue a license. It should be honored by all states except the non compact state that revoked the license.
Driver License Compact