First of all I am an idiot, and I understand that. But I am seeking advice or what to expect in my upcoming court dates. I was charged with a DUI (first offense) on 3/31/2016. Due to a very high BAC of .298, I was charged as a habitual drunk driver. With help from an attorney, I was sentenced 10 days work release, track C classes, and probation. I completed all classes and probation successfully, and got an interlock installed in my car to remain there for two years. After a year I had my review and was informed that I would need my Interlock for an additional year. This was due to messing up 3 of 12 months due to alcohol stopping me from starting my vehicle. These were all low BAC's from the morning after drinking. One of the three months failed due to another person driving my car, so I requested a DMV hearing. I had a call-in hearing and my interlock extension was reduced from 12, to 4 months. Further down the road, (12/12/19), I made a decision to drive my girlfriend's car because she had woken up extremely ill and had been vomiting all morning. Her car was our only available transportation to work that day, and she was unfit to drive us safely. This was my first time driving another person's car since my DUI, and with my luck, a State Trooper in a Hazardous Waste Truck was at the end of our road. He motioned me over with his finger, so I pulled a u-turn over double yellow lines, and parked behind him. I was allegedly doing 25 mph in a 20 mph zone. I explained to him my reason for driving and he issued me a warning for the speeding, and a summons to appear in court for driving a car without an equipped interlock. I was handed back my license and my girlfriend and I switched seats. I was never informed that my license would be revoked until my parents received a letter from the DMV at their home, weeks later. My court date was scheduled for 3/18/20 but was later moved to 6/18/20 due to Covid-19. I had my interlock removed a month after, and my car remained parked. After I was laid off from my job because of the Covid-19 outbreak, I went bankrupt and decided to sell my car. I found an interested buyer in Denver. Out of desperation, I decided to drive my car from my house in Silverthorne, down to Denver, in attempt to meet the potential buyer. I sped up to pass a car with hazards flashing and came around a corner to see two State Patrol officers. I was going WAY to fast, like a total idiot. I was pulled over clocked at 63 mph, in a 40 mph zone. I was issued a summons for speeding, expired tags, no insurance, and driving under revocation. I now have another court date set for 5/18/20 (before my original court date). I'm obviously in deep trouble, what kind of fines and jail time could be estimated with this? Is there any way to fight jail time? Is this a case that a lawyer/attorney would be worth hiring, or am I completely screwed either way? Just trying to wrap my head around the stupidity of my actions. If a lawyer is worth hiring I will be seeking one immediately and could also use advice on a trust able lawyer in Colorado. One case is in Jefferson County, the other is in Summit county. Thanks for reading, any help is GREATLY appreciated!