Habitual Traffic Offender Defense
What is HTO in Colorado?
If you are designated a Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) your drivers license will be revoked for five years, with no driving privileges, from the date of an order finding you HTO. You may have received a letter in the mail from the Colorado DMV or a ticket handed to you by a police officer letting you know you are being charged with an HTO. It is important that you contact an attorney to help you before you enter any plea regarding this offense because dealing with the DMV and the court can be complex and you might be unaware that you are actually eligible to reinstate your driving privileges.
There are three main ways to be charged with HTO:
- Anybody who is convicted of three or more major offenses, with a seven-year period faces a charge for HTO. It is important to keep in mind there is a difference between moving violations and traffic misdemeanors like DUI charges.
- Anybody who has ten or more separate convictions for traffic offenses within a five-year period. These convictions must be violations of four points or more
- Anybody who has eighteen or more separate convictions for traffic offenses within a five-year period. These convictions must be violations of three points or more
At the Law Office of Andres R. Guevara, our attorney are experienced with DUI and traffic offenses and understand how the DMV works.
Contact Habitual Traffic Offender Lawyers for Help in Colorado
Being marked as an HTO can have long lasting effects on your driver’s license and can actually lead to an increase in criminal charges and sentences. Our habitual traffic offender lawyers are trained experts in ways to defend you against these charges. Moreover, we investigate and fight to get our clients removed as an HTO in cases where that is possible.
Call out HTO lawyers at the Law Office of Andres R. Guevara for help and a free initial consultation. We are ready to guide you through the complicated rules and fight for your freedom and to protect your driver’s license.