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1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets, Car Accidents and Landlord - Tenant for New Hampshire on
Q: Id like to know the laws about towing in new Hampshire. If they are supposed to release the vehicle if I'm there.

After work I visit my boyfriend at his apartment complex. My boyfriend owns the apartment and his HOA says nothing about not being able to have guests daily. I used the vistor parking. No stickers are required. I followed every rule. But I looked out the window and saw them trying to take my car. I... Read more »

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Mar 26, 2020

A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but you await a response for three weeks. Unfortunately, if you hired legal representation, the costs would exceed your damages, with no guaranteed outcome. You could look into small claims court in your county. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Traffic Tickets for New Hampshire on
Q: Out of gas off the highway,can officers require proof of id and registration?

It led to driving on suspended.

Leonard D. Harden
Leonard D. Harden answered on Aug 4, 2019

Yes, police in NH can demand license and registration. The issue may be was there another person who could have been the driver.

See RSA265:4 Disobeying an Officer. –

I. No person, while driving or in charge of a vehicle, shall:

(a) Refuse, when requested by a law...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Traffic Tickets for New Hampshire on
Q: What actions do I take? MOTION? To Vacate, for Dismissal, A Continuance... and to which relevant reasoning, under each?

My fiance was charged and arrested for Reckless Conduct-Deadly Weapon, his motorcycle. He missed the hearing on June 6th and when he was arrested for the non appearance, they set bail conditions and supervision check ins but never issued another date to answer to the claims and allegations of... Read more »

Leonard D. Harden
Leonard D. Harden answered on Jul 22, 2019

The Court and the NH DMVar e completely separate entities. NH DMV has statutory authorities and administative rules that control. The hearing at the DMV does not require nor depend on a criminal case.

It also seems like the court cleared the default and a new date will be set....
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1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents, Criminal Law, Traffic Tickets and Civil Rights for New Hampshire on
Q: Can a pickup truck towing a fifth wheel camper tow a small utility type trailer behind it
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Jul 18, 2018

Unlikely --and very dangerous--even if you can, you don't want to.

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for New Hampshire on
Q: Is passing a parked school bus in a parking lot a violation?

The buses were lined up along the front of the school, in the parking lot, loading students. The school parking lot is opposite where the buses line up. I was pulling into a parking spot. There were no pedestrians anywhere in the lot. The school resource officer ran over and said he was writing me... Read more »

Israel Piedra
Israel Piedra answered on Jan 3, 2017

Tell this to the judge. Sounds like you have a pretty good argument.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law and Traffic Tickets for New Hampshire on
Q: Good day, I would like to know what laws surround regaining ones vehicle mechanic liscence after it has been revoked.

Good day

Basically I would like to know what laws in New Hampshire surround regaining ones car mechanic license after it has been revoked due to unpaid tickets.

Thank you

Thomas J Leonard III
Thomas J Leonard III answered on May 16, 2016

I'd recommend calling the NH DMV and just asking them. There are likely administrative regulations which lay out the rules for that process.

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for New Hampshire on
Q: Im 17 and got pulled over for doing 62 in a 40 ill pay the fee but will i lose my license

I have heard from most people i talk to that because im under 18 and its my first offense i will lose my licence no matter what

Israel Piedra
Israel Piedra answered on Feb 16, 2016

It depends on whether you have any other "points" on your driving records. For drivers under the age of 18, 6 points on your license in a year will result in a three month suspension of your license.

Based on the state regulations...
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1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for New Hampshire on
Q: My boyfriend was pulled over for a fog light out in nh and this is his second time in nh will he do jail time?

He has a suspended license for both times, is there anything we could do to prevent jail time? I am pregnant and don't want to do this on my own.

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard answered on Oct 29, 2015

Then make sure the fog light gets fixed, or that he doesn't drive in fog.

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for New Hampshire on
Q: I was recently pulled over while driving behind a marked state trooper. Is it considered entrapment?

I was traveling home late one night when a trooper that had someone pulled over pulled out into traffic. Both myself and several other cars had to slow to 50 to allow the trooper onto the highway. As he sped up he shut off his lights, moved into the fast lane, and proceeded to go the speed limit.... Read more »

Adam Studnicki
Adam Studnicki answered on Jul 20, 2015

That is not entrapment.

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