Driving Privileges after DUI Conviction

In January of 2016, a new statute became effective in New Hampshire that allows individuals convicted of Driving Under the Influence, first offense, to apply for limited driving privileges in New Hampshire.  Individuals who qualify may request permission to drive on specific days and times in order to travel to obligations including work, job interviews or training, drug and alcohol treatment, school or to care for an ill family member.

This new law will permit many individuals to minimize the negative personal, professional and academic impacts following a conviction for DUI.  To learn more about how to apply for limited driving privileges, contact DUI defense attorneys Brenner Webb or Kent Barker today.

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