Drink and Drive is a serious offense in New Hampshire DUI DWI laws and can be filed under criminal law of the state.
The New Hampshire Department of Safety and Division of Motor Vehicles is responsible
for the enforcement of all laws surrounding the DUI/DWI issues.
- According to the state laws,
- if an individual is found driving with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% or more, can be convicted under DUI/DWI.
- The individual driving vehicle can be subjected to a chemical test to check the BAC and s/he must not refuse it.
- The prior DUI convictions, if any will be considered for a period of 10 years.