Here's a hypothetical we submit to our readers across Colorado (acknowledging that, to some readers, something closely similar has likely happened to them alongside a state roadway).
When it comes to drinking and driving in Colorado, a couple of letters can make a big difference.
In a recent blog post, we referred to a "double standard" that regularly plays out in manifest fashion on Colorado and national roadways.
OK, we'll note right at the outset of today's blog post that it is not a unanimously held view that driving after drinking is an activity that is any more alarming than wholly distracting behind-the-wheel behaviors like texting.
There but for the grace ... .
Abby Wambach is used to having her picture taken.
Red -- especially bright red -- is a color that invariably features when the public's attention is being solicited. There is certainly a compelling reason why stops signs aren't bathed in soft pastels and why the vehicle commanding the most attention at a car show isn't awash in beige.
As we note on our website regarding drunk driving cases in Colorado, "no two cases are the same."
Here is something that is characteristic and instantly notable about a drunk driving arrest and charge in Denver or elsewhere across Colorado.
Do you like red tape?