Denver DWAI Lawyer

Driving while ability impaired, or DWAI, is a lesser offense than DUI in Colorado. The law basically allows police officers to charge you with DWAI if drugs or alcohol have affected your ability to operate your motor vehicle in a safe manner. At the Denver law office of Ronald M. Aal, we have represented numerous clients through their driving while ability impaired charges and can help you as well.

Contact our law firm to schedule a free initial consultation with a skilled Denver DWAI defense attorney. We will explain your rights under the law.

Colorado DWAI Charges and What They Mean for Your Future

According to the statutes in Colorado, if you have a BAC below a .05, you are not impaired. If you blow between .05 and .08, then there is an inference that you may be impaired. Having a lawyer in your corner who can fight to protect your rights is critical. If charged with DWAI, you could lose your driver's license, be forced to pay large fines and end up with a permanent criminal record.

Having a DWAI on your record can seriously impact your ability to obtain jobs, secure an education and can make future charges worse. You can rely on our more than 35 years of criminal defense experience to fight all of your drunk driving charges.

Consult With a Knowledgeable Denver DWAI Defense Lawyer

For a free initial consultation with a lawyer regarding your drunk driving charges, contact our Denver law firm today.