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Dan Shipp Law has given interviews, written articles and given press releases regarding trial results, DUI conditions in the area and legislation changes. Dan Shipp has been practicing criminal defense law with a specialty in DUI defense and personal injury law for 30 plus years. He has the new laws for DUI involving Marijuana.
His DUI awareness float in the 4th of July parade received a Most Humorous Award. The float carries costumed skits with lots of action, fun and humor. Dan Shipp with some of his office staff and several friends ride colorfully decorated horses following the float, adding characters to the skit. The float themes are designed to draw attention to ” do not drink and drive ”
As protests against racial police violence have spread across the US, we’ve seen how video captured on mobile devices can help identify misconduct by law enforcement. But such evidence isn’t just useful at a protest, but during all sorts of routine interactions with the police, including traffic stops. That’s why the Siri shortcut “I’m getting pulled over” exists!
by: Evan Kruegel
Posted: May 21, 2020 / 08:53 PM MDT / Updated: May 21, 2020 / 09:57 PM MDT
DENVER (KDVR) — Concerning new numbers show fatal DUI crashes are up this year in Colorado, despite bars being closed across the state.
As of April 30, 44 people have been killed this year in suspected DUI crashes, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation. That’s up from 34 over the same time period in 2019.
“You would think that traffic fatalities would be down a lot, and that our roads would be a lot safer,” says MADD Executive Director Fran Lanzer. “When it comes to DUI-caused fatalities, they’re way up.”
According to CDOT, 14 people were killed in DUI-related crashes in March alone, the same month stay-at-home orders went into place. Nine of those occurred in the metro Denver area, also known as Region 1.
“I think we’ve seen a lot of people almost acting like the laws don’t apply right now,” says Colorado State Patrol Sgt. Blake White.
White says CSP will be increasing DUI enforcement beginning Friday, as part of the “Heat is On” campaign.
According to CSP, 323 drivers were cited during the same campaign over Memorial Day weekend in 2019.
“There’s no excuse to drink and drive, or consume cannabis and drive,” says Lanzer.
MADD provides support services to victims and survivors at no charge. You can reach them at 1-877-MADD-HELP.
Dan Shipp was interviewed by the Aspen Times and this article discusses DUI ‘s in the Roaring Fork Valley.
Dan Shipp represented the victims of the propane explosion in the bank in Crested Butte.
Dan will be posting new information on his Facebook regarding marijuana laws and will be discussing the consequences and penalties for driving and using marijuana. The laws are new and are evolving all the time.