If you have been charged with driving under the influence(DUI), the court will determine whether or not you are guilty by breaking down the factors about the case.
Physical Ability: If you are guilty of driving while your ability is affected in the slightest. The jury will determine whether or not you are innocent or guilty.
BAC: Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) determine if the driver was operating a vehicle above or below the legal limit. The current legal limit in Colorado is no more than 0.08 grams of alcohol in 100 milliliters of blood while driving.
Physical Proof: The court will look at physical proof against the person accused of driving while under the influence. Proof includes police reports describing the state of the defendant, such as conscious awareness, bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, slow cognitive skills, and not making logical sense to the officer.
Sobriety Test Results: In most cases, a person stopped on suspicion of a DUI will be asked to do a field sobriety test. This test includes walking in a straight line, a hand-eye coordination test, and simple cognitive tests, such as reciting the alphabet.