If you are found guilty of driving under the influence of either drugs or alcohol, chances are you will have to attend and complete the Impaired Driver Intervention Program (IDIP). After being convicted of a DWI, individuals are often required to enroll in such programs at their own expense, and provide proof of the program’s completion upon doing so. Successful enrollment in and completion of the program is necessary to have your license and driving privileges restored.
The Impaired Driver Intervention Program in New Hampshire is a twenty-hour course that is meant to rehabilitate and warn individuals convicted of DWI of the dangers associated with driving while impaired. As stated, the program must be completed before a license suspension is lifted. For the sake of convenience, an intensive weekend course is available in New Hampshire. For those individuals convicted of DWI in the state of New Hampshire, but who live in another state, an IDIP may be completed out-of-state, but it is important that the out-of-state IDIP is recognized by the state of New Hampshire as acceptable.
Successful completion of the IDIP will culminate with an evaluation to determine whether or not follow-up treatment is required. If follow-up treatment is deemed necessary, then the individual’s license will not be restored until the follow-up treatment is successfully completed as well. Follow-up treatment is automatically recommended if the individual was found to have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) greater than 0.16, or a BAC greater than 0.08 if the individual is younger than 21 years of age. Furthermore, if an individual is found guilty of multiple alcohols or drug-related vehicle arrests, then that individual too will be required to seek follow-up treatment to the IDIP.
If you have been charged with DWI, don’t hesitate to contact a skilled DWI attorney at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. Our New Hampshire DUI lawyers will provide you with the strongest possible defense given the circumstances of your DWI arrest. Call us today at (888) 332-5855 for a free telephone consultation.