Consequences of a Felony DUI

Posted in DUI by Welsh Law Office on August 14, 2021

Driving under the influence is usually a misdemeanor in Colorado. But it becomes a Class 4 felony when it occurs after three or more prior convictions for separate and distinct incidents of DWAI, DUI, DUI per se, vehicular homicide involving alcohol or drugs, vehicular assault (collectively, DUI) or any combination. A conviction means a guilty verdict, or a deferred sentence or adjudication if you failed to satisfy the conditions of the court. The lookback period for prior DUI convictions is an entire lifetime. Any DUI conviction in any state counts as a prior conviction for felony DUI purposes in Colorado.

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