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Bernstein & Mello, Criminal Defense Attorneys in Nashua, NH

DWI Defense Attorney in Nashua, NH

In the state of New Hampshire, all DWI offenses are criminal offenses. At Bernstein & Mello, PLLC Criminal Defense, our DWI attorney in Nashua is dedicated to providing you with the DWI legal services you need at a price you can afford. If you are charged with a DWI in Nashua, it is important that you seek the legal expertise in our law firm from a DWI lawyer to ensure that you have an attorney committed to your rights for a DWI/DUI offence.

Driving, DWI in Nashua, NH

Nashua DWI Attorney

At our criminal law firm, we know that facing a DWI in Nashua is an emotional and time-sensitive situation. During this difficult time, you can be sure that your dedicated DWI lawyer in Nashua is committed to protecting your privacy and fighting for your rights. 

Without the help of a thoroughly trained DWI lawyer in Nashua, you increase your risk of incurring the state's harshest penalties. New legislation was recently put into effect on January 1, 2013, that has changed some of the penalties imposed on those charged with a DWI. Don't take any chances with your freedom! Contact one of our DWI attorneys in Nashua today for help navigating these complicated legal avenues.

The first time you are charged with a DWI in New Hampshire, you face the following penalties:

 Completion of an Impaired Driver Intervention Program
 Submission to an alcohol and drug abuse screening within 14 days of a conviction
 Court-imposed license loss from between 9 months to 2 years

New Hampshire has a strict habitual offender law, meaning that an offender has faced multiple motor vehicle violations. In Nashua, a habitual offender status is classified as the following:
 

 Three major motor vehicle violations within five years
 Two major and four minor motor vehicle violations within five years

 One major and eight minor motor vehicle violations within five years
 Twelve minor motor vehicle violations within 5 years

 
The New Hampshire Department of Safety will hold a hearing to determine habitual offender status and assess a period of license loss. Habitual offenders may suffer a loss of their license for between one to four years. Operation of a motor vehicle after certification as a habitual offender is classified as a felony and is punishable by a minimum mandatory sentence of one to five years in prison.

You don't have to face DWI charges alone! Contact one of our DWI attorneys in Nashua to learn more about we can build an effective defense against any DWI or motor vehicle violations charges and help you plan for your future!

At Bernstein & Mello, PLLC Criminal Defense, we don't just handle cases, we represent people.
Contact us at (603) 823-3088 when you need a DWI attorney dedicated to protecting your rights. In fact, add our number
under "lawyer" to your mobile phone's contacts to ensure we are there when you need us. We proudly serve Nashua, Hudson,
Hollis, Amherst, Merrimack, Litchfield, Bedford, Londonderry, Derry, Windham, Pelham, Manchester, and Concord, NH.


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