Win at the DMV: Habitual Offender Hearing
CONCORD, NH (November, 2022). Through excellent investigation, we were able to dismiss our client's habitual offender hearing. There are several ways one can be certified as a habitual offender in New Hampshire and perhaps the most common is three major motor vehicle convictions over a 5-year period. If certified, the driver loses their license for a minimum 1 year and a maximum of 4 years and operation during such suspension is a felony. We were able to uncover a rare court error from a previous case in which we did not represent this client and he rightfully maintained his driver's license.