Douglas County HTO
If you were pulled over in Douglas County and your driving status was habitual, you are facing up to two years in jail. It is likely that you were arrested and had to post bond to be released from the Douglas County Detention Facility, and you have an upcoming court date in the county court in Castle Rock.
Being charged as a Habitual Traffic Offender is serious. A conviction for HTO will result in a substantial monetary and at least 90 days in jail. Additionally, your ability to reinstate your driver’s license will be extended.
Everyone’s driving history is unique. But if you have been convicted of DUI and became a habitual offender as a result of the driving under the influence convictions, there is a good change that we can get your driver’s license reinstated early with an ignition interlock device. This is one of the many reasons that an experienced Douglas County DUI attorney would be consulted in this situation. An defense lawyer can also help you fight the HTO case, reduce jail time and successfully navigate the legal system for you.
If you have been charged with driving as a Habitual Traffic Offender in Douglas County, call us today. We can help mitigate the charge and make sure that you receive the best result possible. Our phone number is (303) 384-5280.