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The New Hampshire Senate Judiciary Committee Votes to Preserve the Right to an Independent Breath Test

The New Hampshire Department of Safety recently sponsored a bill that would have abolished the right of New Hampshire citizens to an independent breath test in DWI cases. House Bill 363, sought to remove an individual’s rights to obtain a sample of his or her own breath for independent testing at their own choosing.

The New Hampshire Senate Judiciary Committee votes 5-0 against HB 363. In so doing, individuals who submit to a breath test in a DWI case will still be provided a sample of their breath for independent testing and analysis.

If you or a loved one is being charged with a DWI crime, do not hesitate to contact the skilled New Hampshire DWI defense attorneys at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. Our lawyers will examine the circumstances surrounding your DWI and will provide you the strongest defense possible. Please call us today for a free consultation at (888) 332-5855

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