received colorado dui may 16 2012 took a blood test.wondering when or how to obtain results.have court aug.1.
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Colorado
nothing,was told i would recieve something in the mail for dmv hearing
There are a number of ways to obtain the results. The easiest is if you have an attorney, whether a public defender or private attorney. Either way, your attorney will be obtaining all of the reports from the prosecutor and can then turn over any documents you desire.
If you do not have an attorney, you can get the documents yourself. You may do this by contacting either the DMV or the office of the prosecuting attorney. Either way, you would let them know that you do not have an attorney and you want a copy of all police reports from your arrest.
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