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Colorado DUI Attorney Helps Prevent Jail Time For Two-Time DUI Offender


Denver, Colorado – When charges of DUI (driving under the influence of alcohol and/or other substances) are filed against individuals, it isn’t easy to resolve that situation without an experienced criminal defense lawyer by their side. But when it’s their third time to face DUI charges, with two prior DUI convictions debilitating their case, even a brilliant lawyer may not be able to assist them in avoiding jail time.

But that is not what happened to Robert (not his real name), who was dreading a lengthy period of incarceration due to his two prior DUI convictions. Following the passage of House Bill 10-1347 (Levy/Morse), persons convicted with DUI for the third time are sentenced to an imprisonment period of a minimum of 60 days, and up to one year. This is also accompanied by a suspension of license for two years and the application of an ignition interlock device before the license is restored.

In Robert’s case, however, he hired an attorney that worked tirelessly to defeat charges on what other lawyers might have regarded as a routine case. Atty. Kimberly Diego (, a top Denver criminal defense lawyer who has established her expertise in DUI defense, was able to have this third DUI charge against Robert dismissed by the Court.

“Upon dealing with this very serious situation, I knew that it was going to be complicated and difficult to get through. I was facing my third DUI conviction, yet the law enforcement officers in this case acted unethically,” says Robert. That was when Atty. Diego knew that she could find a way to work around the case and have Robert’s charges dismissed altogether.

Being faced with a DUI charge can be a very taxing experience, says Atty. Diego, because some police officers are wont to perform unethical police acts that many of us are not aware of. In fact, a breathalyzer test or a blood alcohol level police test will not necessarily lead to a conviction, particularly in cases of unlawful police stops where a police officer stops your vehicle with no reasonable for doing so. Had the person been drinking on that occasion, but the police office did not have reasonable suspicion to stop your vehicle, the stop remains illegal.

This was exactly what happened to Robert, who recalls, “Kimberly was diligent in hiring two key investigators to gather information that would benefit my case, and in the end, all the work aided in the DUI charge being dropped.”

Ask Robert what sets Atty. Diego apart from her peers and he will tell you that it is her utmost dedication to her clients and the cases she handles. Unlike other criminal defense lawyers in the area, Atty. Diego does not relegate any of her cases to her subordinates, nor does she regard DUI cases as routine cases that have formulaic solutions to them.

“Although my wife and I never want to go through a situation like this again, we would recommend Kimberly for a defense attorney. Her focus, will to not quit, and attention to detail that was necessary for my case were all key in her work with me. Kimberly is very busy, yet we learned quickly that she was doing the work necessary to be ready for our court date. We highly recommend Kimberly,” says Robert.

So if people in Colorado are in need of a good DUI attorney or criminal defense lawyer who combines the advantage of personal focus, experience, and expertise, this attorney might just be the right woman for you.

For a free, 45-minute, initial consultation with top Colorado criminal defense attorney Kimberly Diego call (720) 257-5346 or drop by the Law Office of Kimberly Diego at 789 Sherman Street, Suite 660, Denver, Colorado. Her website is at



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