Driver’s License Reinstatement Lawyers in New Hampshire
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If your license is suspended by the court for a DUI/DWI, you will be required to submit to an alcohol and drug abuse screening within 14 days of conviction. The Impaired Driver Care Management Program (IDCMP) may require a full substance evaluation within 30 days of that screening. The IDCMP will then order that you complete a service plan and impaired driver education program. You will be required to obtain a certificate of completion for this program prior to being reinstated from your suspension for DUI/DWI. You will also be required to have your insurance company file a proof of insurance form with the DMV.
Our New Hampshire DWI attorneys will monitor all of this and assist you in getting your license reinstated from any DUI suspension. At Douglas, Leonard & Garvey, P.C., our goal is to help you avoid a DUI suspension in the first place.