I'm still trying to find an actual Colorado Statute pertaining to the Felony Possession with alcohol in your system... at this point it really is hear say, though in my opinion credible. I've put a few calls in to some people who can get me more information on this law if any exists, at that, if it's debunk I apologize in advance. I do recall hysterics following the incident mentioned, it wouldn't be surprising in the least if a statute to that nature was enacted or about to be enacted. The only "published" law I can find right now is the current statute which states "under the influence."
Thank you! This "Lay of the land" is exactly what I was looking for! I had looked at the Rocky Mountain site and even the State site, but was having a hard time reading past the writing to figure out what was actually being practices.
The "UI" is so ambiguous, I prefer "any" or a measurable, ascertainable level to quantify.
THIS LAW THINGY keeps me safe tomorrow for visit. :banghead:
If you are planning on going to CU's hospital, don't carry. According to RMGO, "However, then Attorney General Ken Salazar wrote an opinion that, since the Regents to the University of Colorado are a constitutional office and have powers to govern that university, they may ban concealed carry on their campuses. As of the writing of this document, all of CU's campuses have a ban on concealed carry."