My question involves criminal law for the state of: Colorado
In '94 I rec'd a D.U.I. in Douglas County (Castle Rock). I plead not guilty and was O.R.'d. I then quickly changed my state of residence to Wyoming (I was already getting to know the Magistrate too well, 'cause of a stormy relationship with a Gal I was living and arguing constantly with. C.Y.A. cops always take someone to jail when neighbors call 911. I'm not the smartest at picking women, and never know when to get out ).
Three years later, I plead guilty to a D.U.I. in Teton National Park (Swear to God I was innocent - THIS TIME), and rec'd 6 months. I was sent to Englewood (West Denver) for a Minimum Security Camp (B.O.P.). I was going to clear up the Colorado charge while I was there, thinking Douglas County would make jail time concurrent. After 3 weeks the B.O.P. sent me to Safford, AZ (Low Security F.C.I.), 'cause there was never a P.S.I.
So much for good intentions . . .
While in Club Fed I met a jailhouse lawyer who told me I could file a Speedy Trial Motion giving Colorado 120 days to arrest me, or drop charges. I am back in Wyoming and "Flying Straight". I can't get a driver's license (no statute of limitations in CO on D.U.I.).
Can I use a Speedy Trial Motion to Resolve? Other suggestions besides going back to Colorado and turning myself in?