New Bills Call for Jail Time for Drunk Driving in Colorado

Two state legislators have proposed separate bills that would increase the penalties for driving under the influence in Colorado. Under each piece of legislation, repeat offenders would be required to complete a mandatory jail sentence.

Rep. Claire Levy (D-Boulder) would like for second time Colorado DUI offenders to spend 10 days in jail and then be placed on 2 years supervised probation. A third or subsequent offense would result in 60 day jail term. During probation, offenders would be required to enroll in DUI education and alcohol/drug treatment.

Another goal of Levy

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