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  • 3 Nov. 2013

    November 2013 Healthcare Legal Update

    Posted By Shaheen & Gordon, P.A.

    In this month's healthcare legal update, we discuss how the health insurance marketplace suffers from significant flaws in its first month and much more. To read out latest healthcare legal update, click here. #healthcarelaw
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  • 3 Oct. 2013

    October 2013 Healthcare Legal Update

    Posted By Shaheen & Gordon, P.A.

    Health insurance marketplaces are now open. Read our October 2013 Healthcare Legal Update for all the information you'll need in preparation for these marketplaces. Click here to read our October 2013 Legal Update.
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  • 3 Sep. 2013

    September 2013 Healthcare Legal Update

    Posted By Shaheen & Gordon, P.A.

    Insurance Marketplaces Open in October! Individual and small business health insurance marketplaces (also known as “exchanges”) become available throughout the United States on October 1, 2013, for coverage beginning January 1, 2014. Read more about Insurance Marketplace openings and more in our latest healthcare update. Click here for more information
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  • 5 Aug. 2013

    Is It Always Illegal to Refuse a Breath Test?

    Posted By Shaheen & Gordon, P.A.

    New Hampshire law enforcement uses chemical tests to determine blood alcohol concentration after DWI and related types of traffic arrests. One method of chemical testing is breath testing, which measures the level of ethanol on a person's breath and translates this into an estimated percentage of blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Anyone who tests at.08 percent or higher can be charged with ...
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  • 12 Jul. 2013

    In New Hampshire, Zero Tolerance is not Set at Zero

    Posted By Shaheen & Gordon P.A.

    If you are under the age of 21, and are arrested for an underage DWI charge, you may be able to avoid conviction if you can prove that you weren't over the BAC limit for the state. Many states accepted the blanket federal law which says that drivers under the age of 21 cannot have a BAC of even 0.01%. The federal zero-tolerance policy says that if even a small drop of alcohol is detected in an ...
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