1-ARRESTED OR RECEIVED 2010/07/09 SID- NH772089
AGENCY-POLICE DEPARTMENT LEBANON (NH0054400)
CHARGE 1-DRIVE/ OPER UNDER THE INFLUENCE-MISD B
2-ARRESTED OR RECEIVED 2010/07/14A SID- VT321608
AGENCY-HARTFORD PD WHITE RIVER JUNCTION... Read more »
answered on Aug 31, 2021
You will need to vacate the default and get put back on the trial list. The prosecutor will normally agree to this. Then we would proceed by getting discovery and analyzing your case. Sometimes older cases raise problems for the state as witnesses (police) may have retired and moved away. At a... Read more »
the samsara has in vehicle cameras as well as watches seatbelt use,speed,following distance etc.
answered on Aug 23, 2021
If you are required to have an interlock device installed then it must be there or you can be charged with
265-A:37 Alcohol Ignition Interlock Circumvention. –
I. Any person required by the court or by the commissioner of safety after a hearing pursuant to RSA 265-A:36-a to... Read more »
I was arrested 10 years ago in New Hampshire for DUI and possession of marijuana. I was in the middle of moving out-of-state at the time, being a young and dumb 22 year old I left anyway without notifying the court or explaining to them my situation. Subsequently, I had a bench warrant placed out... Read more »
answered on Apr 26, 2021
You should definitely hire a lawyer. Feel free to call me at (207) 467-3767 for a free consultation.
Was arrested for refusing breathalyzer, after passing field test. While being booked at the station, the officer started to read the miranda rights and I forget why I said, do u want me to read it? I think it's because he was flopping over words and with masks I cant hear him well anyways. He... Read more »
answered on Nov 22, 2020
This is a commonly asked question. I have answered it in a FAQ on the internet. http://nhcriminallaw.com/frequently-asked-questions/
Here is the law a about Miranda:
What if the police don’t read me my rights?
This is one of the most commonly asked questions.... Read more »
answered on Sep 2, 2020
It sounds like this hearing would be an arraignment. You should contact a qualified lawyer that focuses on DWI defense near the location of the town that charged you. I would suggest that you look for a member of DUIDLA or NCDD.
I have attached link to FAQ about court on my website:... Read more »
with no future date. Can he get his licence back until he is proven guilty in court. New hampshire
answered on Aug 7, 2020
There are lots of variables. If the loss of license was from the DMV for a refusal he can pay a reinstatement fee after 6 months. I would encourage contacting a qualified DWI attorney.
answered on Jul 29, 2020
You have been charged in the alternative. You can only be sentenced on one offense. It is common for the state to charge both an aggravated and a DWI 1st in many scenarios: a test over .16, eluding police, high speed etc. If state fails to prove the aggravating circumstance then court can... Read more »
Because my friend bought a new car and he has an intoxilock in his other vehicle
answered on Mar 16, 2020
It is a crime to operative any vehicle not equipped with the IID if so ordered.
265-A:37 Alcohol Ignition Interlock Circumvention. –
I. Any person required by the court or by the commissioner of safety after a hearing pursuant to RSA 265-A:36-a to install an ignition interlock... Read more »
answered on Dec 4, 2019
Yes, a person can be charged with a DUI as long a police officer believes there is impairment from alcohol or drugs. This is a very subjective decision to charge a person. If you are charged with a DUI you should contact a lawyer that focuses their practice on defending them. I would encourage... Read more »
He asked for the breathalyzer an hour after arrest at precinct.Then wrote in report methadone,prescribed.Resulted from break down on the highway.Literally 2 secs after refused breathalyzer i agreed to it.The Sargent said it had been too long since the arrest.If thats the case why adminester one an... Read more »
answered on Aug 4, 2019
There is a case in NH that permits a chemical test to be admitted 2 hours after driving. The circumstances of request to test are important and make a difference. If advised of ALS rights, then the issue becomes was the rescission reasonable.
I saw a cop turn around and was nervous, he did not have his blues on. I pulled down a side street and parked in a random driveway. He then pulled up put his blues on and arrested me for dui after a field test.. but is trying to charge me for aggravated dui for eluding him, but why would he hand me... Read more »
answered on Jun 4, 2019
The charges are in the alternative. This means that the state may seek the enhanced penalty that an aggravated DWI carries if they prove the eluding. As a fall back the state can rely on the the DWI 1st offense.
It is important that you talk with a qualified DWI attorney ASAP. You have... Read more »
I am an 18 year old civilian without a law license.
answered on Feb 17, 2019
Theoretically, the law allows for this. Read RSA 311:1: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/XXX/311/311-1.htm
HOWEVER, I would never recommend this to either the potential litigant or the person thinking about representation this way. It is very likely to end badly for all involved.... Read more »
answered on Jan 10, 2019
This is a very serious situation, you really should call a criminal defense attorney.
I'm referring to washout period 1st or second offense
answered on Nov 5, 2018
Within ten years it will not be considered a first offense.
Female over 21, with prior DUIs, is stopped again, given a breathalyzer results were a .02, and she also passed the field sobriety, did not consent to blood test (because she passed other 2 tests)- Can officer demand the 3rd test -Blood test- with no other indications of intoxication?
Not... Read more »
answered on Mar 13, 2018
Looks like you're asking for a friend. So I'm not sure exactly what the facts of the case are. But the police officer has to have probable cost to pull her over. You also suspected that she was probably using an illegal drug. And if you go suspect that he can ask her for a blood test. And... Read more »
answered on Aug 3, 2017
Contact this lawyer to ask him: Ryan Russman, 603-772-3433. He has offices in several cities in New Hampshire.
There may be a diversion or some sort of deferral program that you can opt to take.
Repeatedly told the officer that he would take a breathalyzer but the officer refused stating that he needed a blood test. My son faints with needles or the site of blood and he refused. Is his refusal considered an admission of guilt? A urine test was not offered.
answered on Jun 4, 2013
In Alabama, it is actually a pretty good defense when the individual does not take a test. Even though there can be further repercussions, such as a lengthier drivers license suspension, there is NO HARD EVIDENCE to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. A breathalyzer done on the side of the... Read more »
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