DWAI – Driving While Ability Impaired
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Building A Defense Against DWAI Charges

In Colorado, you will be charged with Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI) if you have a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.05 to 0.08. However, you can be found guilty of DWAI even if your blood or breath alcohol content is less than 0.05 if the state can prove that your ability was impaired. You should consult with an attorney about effective ways to present your defense if you believe that you were not impaired but still had some level of alcohol in your blood.

We Will Challenge The Evidence At Every Turn

Our lawyers understand how to build an effective defense against DWAI charges. We will thoroughly review the circumstances of your case, challenging the results of blood or breath tests, or even whether the police had probable cause to make a traffic stop in the first place. We are dedicated to ensuring that your rights remain protected at all times.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

Cheney Galluzzi & Howard is here to help. From your first consultation, we are committed to helping you and devoted to effectively advancing your position. Call our Denver law office at 303-845-7082 today to schedule your free consultation. You may also contact us online and we will respond to your message promptly.