DWI and Driving Without a License
DUI and Driving After Suspension in New Hampshire
Driving Under the Influence (“DUI”) of alcohol or drugs is a serious criminal offense in New Hampshire. Penalties for a DUI conviction include license suspension, monetary fines, and a mandatory alcohol program. Aggravated DUI and DUI-2nd, or subsequent convictions, increase the degree of punishment, and include jail time. And, if you are convicted of Driving After Suspension following a DUI conviction, the penalties become even more severe.
New Hampshire RSA 263:64 provides that it is against the law for any person to drive, or attempt to drive a motor vehicle in New Hampshire during the period of suspension or revocation of his/her license. If that revocation resulted from a New Hampshire DWI conviction, the penalties for Driving After Suspension include a jail term of not less than seven (7) days, up to a $1,000 fine, and an additional one (1) year loss of license. Needless to say, driving without a license can significantly add to the underlying New Hampshire DWI penalties.
The best course of action for any individual accused of DUI and driving after revocation in New Hampshire, is to retain the services of an experienced New Hampshire DUI defense attorney that will examine every detail of your case. At Tenn And Tenn, P.A., our New Hampshire DWI defense attorneys will ensure that your rights are upheld in a Court of law. If you have been charged with DUI and Driving After Suspension, please do not hesitate to call us today at 1-888-511-1010 for a free consultation of your DUI or Driving After Suspension defense case.