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Third Offense DUI Laws In New Hampshire | Hayes Law Firm, PLLC

Third Offense DUI Laws In New Hampshire

The penalties for a 3rd Driving While Intoxicated Offense include:

Conviction for a Class A Misdemeanor – You face up to a year in jail, 2 years of probation and a $2,000 fine.

You will receive a mandatory 180 days in jail with 150 days suspended upon completion of all necessary programming and remaining out of trouble;

You will be referred to an Impaired Driver Care Management Program to schedule a fill substance use disorder. You shall schedule this evaluation within 30 days of your release from jail. You shall complete the substance use disorder evaluation within 60 days of release and comply with the plan developed.

Your license is suspended indefinitely and shall not be restored for at least 5 years. At the end of 5 years you may petition the court for eligibility to reapply for a license. You will then need to be reinstated at the DMV.

You shall install an interlock device in your vehicle for not less than 12 months and up to 2 years once your license is reinstated.