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DWI Roadblock Targets Bike Week

The State Police have announced that they have obtained authorization for a so-called “Sobriety Checkpoint” – a dragnet used to detect impaired drivers that often results in arrests for other crimes such as drug possession or drivin… Read More
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Mowing while Intoxicated?

Can the authorities in NH prosecute a person for operating a riding lawnmower while intoxicated? Man Arrested in Minnesota for Mowing While Intoxicated A Minnesota newspaper reported yesterday that authorities there arrested a man for operating a rid… Read More
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Restricted Licenses - Lothstein Guerriero, PLLC in the news

Recently, we have posted a lot of information about the new Restricted License law on our site, here, and here, and here. In the last three days, we have received coverage in the Concord Monitor, and on New Hampshire Public Radio. Monday is the first… Read More
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Restricted Licenses Not Available During ALS

Those of you who have been reading this blog know that a major change in the law is coming very soon… effective January 1, 2016, New Hampshire will finally make available to drivers convicted of DWI, a “restricted license,” 45 days… Read More
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Restricted Licenses - Many Unanswered Questions for New Law

On January 1, 2016, HB 0496, the new law allowing restricted licenses for certain DWI offenders goes into effect. This is great news for many people who may be able to keep their jobs, stay in school, or keep up with their medical appointments by dri… Read More
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No legal limit for THC concentrations in NH

Everyone knows that the “legal limit” for drinking and driving in NH – and just about everywhere else – is .08% blood alcohol concentration. At or over that limit, means an administrative license suspension, and the State pote… Read More
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Quest for Intox5000 Source Code Fails in KY

In Lokk v. CMI, Inc., a case decided by the Kentucky Court of Appeals on February 27, 2015, the Court thwarted an attempt by defendants in several Georgia DWI cases from obtaining the source code for the Intoxilyzer 5000 breath testing machine –… Read More
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DWI Marijuana: Prosecutor Wonders if He Convicted Innocent Man

This year, I have been collecting candidates for the “Worst Lawyer Soundbite of 2014” Award. We have a new nominee! The ABA Journal online reports that some prosecutors, forensic scientists who work for the prosecution, and police officer… Read More
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Impaired Driver Care Management Programs - Part II

This is the second of a three-part series on Impaired Driver Care Management Programs (IDCMPs), the program of evaluations, substance abuse education, and aftercare management mandated for all people convicted of driving while intoxicated in NH (DWI)… Read More
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Drunk Driving Laws: Impaired Driver Care Management Programs

This is the first of a three-part installment on IDCMPs as they relate to NH drunk driving laws. Under New Hampshire drunk driving laws, any person convicted of DWI, whether by guilty plea or after a trial, has to complete the Impaired Driver Care Ma… Read More
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