Being convicted of DWI in New Hampshire can have serious consequences, and our state is known for having some of the strictest DWI laws in the country. A DWI conviction could result in the loss of your license, significant fines, loss of employment, or even jail time. Even moderate social drinking could result in a DWI; as a result, almost anyone who enjoys the occasional drink could put themselves in legal jeopardy by getting behind the wheel.
Consequences of drinking and driving apply...Read Full Story
Summer is coming and each year, thousands of people enjoy boating on the New Hampshire waters. While it is still legal to have alcoholic beverages on your boat, it is illegal for anyone to be “boating while intoxicated” (BWI).
What Does BWI Mean?
According to the New Hampshire Handbook of Boating Laws & Responsibilities, boating while intoxicated means that if you’re “operating any vessel while under the influence of alcohol, controlled drugs, or any combination of alcohol and controlled...Read Full Story
ST. PATRICK’S DAY IN NEW HAMPSHIRE 2013 St. Patrick’s Day also known as the Feast of Saint Patrick is Sunday, March 17th. The day commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. It is also a celebration of Irish culture.
Sometimes people celebrate a little too vigorously. Keep this in mind while wearing your shamrock and pounding down pints green beer – New Hampshire Law enforcement will be ramping up patrols in an effort to catch people who may decide to get behind...Read Full Story
A DWI conviction in New Hampshire can result in serious consequences, including long-term license losses, fines, and jail time under certain conditions. Unfortunately, once the fines have been paid and the jail time has been served, DWI convictions can also have a certain stigma attached. Many businesses utilize background checks now to review the personal history of a job applicant, including any criminal convictions. Fortunately, under certain conditions, New Hampshire law permits those...Read Full Story
Edited by Salem, New Hampshire DWI defense Lawyer Mark Stevens. Call him at 603-893-0074 for New Hampshire DWI Case Evaluations. This wikizine covers Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Driving under the Influence (DUI), Operating Under the Influence (OUI), Boating While Intoxicated (BWI) defense topics and constitutional issues.