The Colorado Springs Police Department is running a campaign to reduce deaths from drinking and driving through the holidays. Thanksgiving through the New Year are some of the deadliest days on our roadways. The Colorado Springs Police Department is joining law enforcement agencies from around the state and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to reduce deaths from drinking and driving. The Colorado Springs Police Department says, “If you drive drunk or high, you will be arrested. No exceptions. No excuses. Do your part by planning ahead for a safe ride home.”
The Law Office of Andrew Bryant wants you to have a great time as well as stay safe this holiday season, if you do plan on drinking, please do not drive. Arrange to have someone in your group be a designated driver, arrange for a ride from a friend, or call a ride share or taxi. It’s not worth making a split second decision to ruin yours or someone else’s life when ringing in the new decade.
If you made a mistake, and find yourself in need of counsel, then The Law Office of Andrew Bryant is here to help. The law office specializes in representing clients charged with DUI, DWAI, Vehicular Assaults and Vehicular Homicides, in Colorado Springs, Castle Rock, Pueblo, El Paso County, Teller County, and Douglas County. Andrew has years of experience prosecuting these cases and took what he learned as a prosecutor and is defending his clients with the most aggressive tactics possible. If you make a wrong decision this New Year’s Eve, do the right thing and call Colorado Springs’ top-rated criminal defense lawyer. Andrew knows what you need, can defend you vigorously and get you back on a positive path in life.
Have fun but be safe this holiday season, happy New Year’s 2020, and if you need us call us at The Law Office of Andrew Bryant, 719-634-7353.