Colorado DUI and Drug Impaired Driving Defense Attorneys Launch a Website with Information about DUI and Drug Impaired Driving Legal Defense Services in Colorado


Greenwood Village, CO (PRWEB) February 15, 2013

DUIDEFENSEMATTERS is proud to announce the launch of a new Colorado DUI and impaired driving defense website with comprehensive information about defense DUI and impaired driving in Colorado. The website contains general information about DUI/drug impaired driving offenses in Colorado and defenses thereof including information about Colorado drivers license revocations, alcohol related driving under the influence, DUI driving and drug impaired driving.

An alcohol or drug related driving offense requires immediate action to fully protect all the rights of individuals charged with DUI or impaired driving in Colorado. The DUIDEFENSEMATTERS website contains valuable information about fighting Colorado DUI and impaired driving charges including: Colorado Driver’s License Revocations, Alcohol Related Driving Offenses in Colorado and Drug Related Driving Offenses in Colorado.

Colorado Attorney, R. Jake Johnson of DUIDEFENSEMATTERS formerly worked as an Assistant Public Defender in Wichita, Kansas and has defended numerous clients charged with driving under the influence (DUI) matters. Prior to practicing criminal defense law in Colorado, Mr. Johnson also worked in the Sedgwick County Kanasas District Attorneys Office, trying a number of felony cases ranging from driving under the influence to drug distribution and other drug related crimes. Mr. Johnson remarked, “DUIDEFENSEMATTERS is an exciting opportunity to expand my Colorado law practice to represent individuals who have been charged with alcohol or drug related impaired driving criminal charges in Colorado.”

For more information about DUI Defense Matters, please visit the DUIDEFENSEMATTERS.com website or call 720-488-9586 to schedule a consultation

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