A DWI conviction can have serious repercussions on your life. Penalties for drunk driving in New Hampshire can be harsh and may include:
- Large fines
- Loss or suspension of license
- Increased insurance premiums
- Loss of employment
- Substance abuse treatment
- Ignition interlock devices
If you have been charged with Driving While Intoxicated, it is important that you contact Attorney Harden immediately.
In New Hampshire, you have thirty (30) days after notification of a driver’s license suspension to challenge that suspension. Attorney Harden regularly appears at the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles to represent clients at Administrative License Suspension hearings. Information obtained at these hearings may benefit you during a DWI trial in Court.
Attorney Harden has extensive trial experience with DWI cases. He continues to receive the most advanced DWI training available in the United States.
Attorney Harden is a certified instructor in field sobriety testing. He holds additional certifications in maintenance and repair of the Intoxilyzer 5000 and 8000. He is an evidentiary breath alcohol technician on many other breath devices. He has attended advanced seminars and presented the latest information available on Intoxilyzer 9000 to New Hampshire lawyers. He understands breath alcohol testing and the science underlying breath alcohol testing programs.
Attorney Harden is better trained than the police officer who arrested you and can successfully attack the State’s case against you. He is a frequent presenter at NH Defense Lawyer seminars to teach other lawyers how to defend DWI cases. Attorney Harden is a published author on breath testing. For more information, see A Practical Guide to Trying DWI Cases in New Hampshire.
If you have been charged with Driving While Intoxicated, whether in a motor vehicle or OHRV it is important that you contact Attorney Harden immediately.
How Much Will a DWI Cost in New Hampshire?
The most frequently asked question is ”how much will a DWI cost me?” There are many variables in what the ultimate cost will be, but in short it will be very expensive. These costs include the need for alternative ways to get around or loss of employment which are impossible to factor into the ultimate cost.
Len Harden’s opinion is the best way to avoid the costs of a DWI is to not be convicted. The best way to avoid a conviction is to have zero tolerance, if you drink do not drive. However, if you have been arrested the second best way to avoid a conviction is to hire the best DWI lawyer based on reputation, experience, trial skill and knowledge. Can you afford not to have the best DWI defense lawyer? Read more: How Much Will DWI Cost in New-Hampshire 2020? (PDF)
Leonard D. Harden is available for emergency consultations 24 hours per day. Contact Attorney Harden to discuss your case at (603) 788-2080.