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    Lawyers - DUI & Traffic Law in Englewood


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    Business Listing   Forslund James C Attorney - Englewood, CO - Phone: (303) 761-6067


    Business Listing   Hypsher Clifton D & Associates - Englewood, CO - Phone: (303) 806-5104


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    Helpful Definition for: Lawyers - DUI & Traffic Law


    The lawyers, in Englewood, who deal with Driving Under Influence and other general violations of Traffic Laws, would fall under this category. They are involved with several major and minor types of violations. The officials, however, do not deal with parking violations, which are not counted against a driving record, though a person can be arrested for unpaid violations by the local police officials in Englewood. They also cannot be consulted for minor driving violations, including speeding and other moving violations, which usually do not require a court appearance. The major area of their jurisdiction includes more serious moving violations, such as reckless driving or leaving the scene of an accident. The law developed for the prevention of drunk driving, which is a sub-type of DUI, is also handled by these professionals in Englewood.

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