Getting arrested for DUI does not mean you will be convicted. Police misconduct, defective breathalyzers and crime lab mistakes may be enough to get your charges lessened or dismissed. Visit our page on Colorado DUI Laws to learn more.
Community Service in Denver – How to Get it Completed
Community service is a standard sentencing term in many Denver, Colorado criminal cases, including DUI.1 Typically the court orders you to complete a certain number of hours of useful public service by a certain date as a term of probation.
Make sure to log all of your hours and have your volunteer services supervisor at the organization sign off on the time sheet. This will serve as proof to the court that you completed all the required hours.
Where can I complete my community service?
The following are nonprofit organizations in the Denver Metro Area that offer volunteer opportunities where you can fulfill your court-ordered community service requirements.
However, double-check with the court beforehand that it will recognize the particular organization’s community service opportunities.
Michael Becker has over a quarter-century's worth of experience as an attorney and more than 100 trials under his belt. He is a sought-after legal commentator and is licensed to practice law in Colorado, Nevada, California, and Florida.