Expressed Consent | Denver Criminal Defense Attorney

You’ve certainly heard the expression that “driving is a privilege, not a right.”  This adage is especially true when discussing drunk driving laws in the state of Colorado.  In this state, any person suspected of drunk driving has already consented to providing a breath and/or blood test for chemical analysis.  This is called “expressed consent”.

What is Expressed Consent?

Expressed Consent is unfair.  I was scared and did not know what to do!

I felt that I was being asked to give evidence against myself and refused.

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