Client avoids mandatory jail time on DWI operating after suspension
HAMPTON DISTRICT COURT (June, 2022). New Hampshire law carries many mandatory minimum penalties for motor vehicle offenses. If one drives while under suspension for DWI, they are subject to a mandatory 7 day jail sentence, one year interlock ignition device installation, and an additional one year license suspension. We were able to negotiate a lesser charge for this client who avoided otherwise mandatory jail time and avoid a further license suspension.