New Hampshire Aggravated DWI Attorneys
Strong Representation for Your Case
An aggravated DUI/DWI charge can be brought if the driver is going more than 30 mph over the speed limit, attempts to elude the officer, causes an accident resulting in serious injury to themselves or someone else, or has a blood alcohol level at or over .16. This is set out in N.H. RSA 265-A:3. Aggravated DUI is a Class A misdemeanor because it involves jail time – a minimum of 5 days and up to one year. The minimum fine for aggravated DUI is $750, and the minimum loss of license is 18 months, of which 6 months can be suspended.
In addition to these penalties, a person convicted of aggravated DWI/DUI will be required to install an ignition interlock device when they are finally reinstated. This is a serious charge that requires a team of experience lawyers to defend you. Our New Hampshire aggravated DWI attorneys at Douglas, Leonard & Garvey, P.C. can advocate for you and help you seek a lighter sentence.
How We Can Help
Contact a New Hampshire DWI lawyer at Douglas, Leonard & Garvey, P.C. to aggressively defend against your DWI arrest. Our experienced attorneys will represent you in court and administrative license suspension hearings.