Well this morning was interesting. I work on a military installation and was coming into work. We had the "random" vehicle search thing going on and I was selected for inspection. Not a big deal as I have been through this many times. All went well and I was read the standard riot act about the use of radar detectors on the military installation, and that I need to have it unplugged an not just turned off. Well that wasn't the best part as I always have my RD turned off on the installation and I am aware of the rules.
Then I was told the hum dinger of the year. I was told that if my RD can detect laser that it is illegal in the state of Colorado and it will be confiscated by local and state police if I get stopped! I told the officer that the law that went into place prohibits jammers, but not detectors. He rudely interupted me to tell me he just came from a police conference where they were informed by the state and local police that this was now the law in the state of Colorado and people are for the most part unaware that this was part of it.
Now I have read new law that went into effect, and I saw nothing about laser detection devices. I guess I better re-read it, but near as I can tell they are really dancing the fine line here between truth and fiction in Colorado if this is the case.