New Hampshire Drivers' License Restoration
Restoring Your Driving Privileges in New Hampshire
The process of restoring a revoked or suspended drivers' license in
New Hampshire can be a tedious and aggravating.
If your license has been suspended because of a DWI or DUI conviction,
you may need the advice of a
New Hampshire DWI lawyer from our firm to help you through.
Typically, restoration of driving privileges requires proof of completion
of required substance abuse programing, a restoration fee and an SR-22,
which is a form from an insurance company establishing that your privilege
to drive is insured. Restoration requirements can be more complicated
for drivers that are under the age of 21, which
Following reinstatement in New Hampshire, the state issues a probationary
license for a period of five years. This means that a probationary license
holder cannot drive a motor vehicle with breath alcohol concentration
of 0.03% or more. Violation of this restriction results in administrative
license suspension, even without being "under the influence"
of alcohol. Further, the law requires that a probationary license holder
submit to a
breath test and calls for additional administrative suspensions for the failure to
do so regardless of impairment.
Defense from a New Hampshire DWI Attorney
As New Hampshire DWI lawyers, we can assist in your effort to win back
your driving privileges. When appropriate, we can also work to annul or
expunge the record of your court conviction. Our goal is to help you regain
driving privileges in New Hampshire. If you have been charged with a DWI
in New Hampshire, you will need an NH DWI attorney who has substantial
experience handling cases that are similar to yours. Our firm has just
celebrated our 30th anniversary, our growth and longevity are a reflection
of our approach -- we apply creative solutions and where negotiations
fail, we fight hard to protect our clients from the devastating impact
of a criminal conviction and long term license loss.