DUR & DUID

DUR refers to driving while under revocation of your driver's license. Such a charge can bring up to a full year in the County Jail, or a fine of up to $1,000.00 or both such fine and imprisonment. If the underlying conviction is a DUI, that is, if the reason the person has had his or her driver's license revoked, then the law requires a thirty (30) day jail sentence.

DUID refers to driving under the influence of drugs. It is against the law in Colorado to drive under the influence of even prescription drugs or medications, if those drugs or medications cause a person's ability to drive safely to be affected, in the slightest degree or in a substantial degree.