Feb 22, 2018

Is DUI Different If There’s No Alcohol?

NH DUI – For many years, the consequences of impaired driving have been well understood by the general public. People seem to be aware of the 0.08 BAC limit for alcohol, and the fact that most DUI investigations will involve …

Feb 22, 2018

NH CONTEMPLATES LOWERING BLOOD ALCOHOL LIMITS TO O.O5 (AGAIN)

NH BLOOD ALCOHOL – The current legal limit for blood alcohol level when driving is 0.08.  People in New Hampshire could soon be under greater scrutiny for what level of alcohol they carry around in their blood when driving. This …

Sep 06, 2017

Can I Be Charged With DUI For Taking My Prescription Drugs?

Prescription Drugs and Driving – The short answer is yes. Under New Hampshire RSA 265-A:2(a), a person can be charged with DUI for driving a motor vehicle on a public way: While such person is under the influence of intoxicating …

Aug 08, 2017

Are You An Out-Of-State Driver Charged With DUI/DWI In New Hampshire?

NH DUI for Out of State Drivers – If you are licensed in another state but charged with DUI or DWI in New Hampshire, New Hampshire cannot take your driver’s license. Only your home state can do that. What New …

Jul 25, 2017

DUI Collateral Consequences: A DUI Can Bar You From Canada

Canada Considers DUI or DWI an “indictable offense” If you are convicted of a DUI or DWI in New Hampshire, Canadian customs officials can turn you away at the border. Canada takes DUI offenses very seriously, and considers DUI “an …

Jun 21, 2017

Watch Your Speed and Make Sure Your Car’s Equipment is Working

NH DUI/DWI – Two of the most common reasons for DUI/DWI stops by the police are speeding and faulty equipment. Police officers, by training and experience, believe that the later it is at night, the more likely it is that …

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