Law of the Day: AGGRAVATED DWI

Here is a (2014) copy of the Aggravated DWI Laws in New Hampshire  by Salem, NH DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens 603-893-0074 (24/7) The consultation is free, call today.

Section 265-A:3

265-A:3 Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated. A person shall be guilty of aggravated driving while intoxicated if the person drives, operates, or attempts to operate an OHRV, or if the person drives or attempts to drive a vehicle upon any way, or if the person operates or attempts to operate a boat:
I. While under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any controlled drug, prescription drug, over-the-counter drug, or any other chemical substance, natural or synthetic, which impairs a person’s ability to drive or any combination of intoxicating liquor and controlled drug or drugs, prescription drug or drugs, over-the-counter drug or drugs, or any other chemical substance or substances, natural or synthetic, which impair a person’s ability to drive and, at the time alleged:
(a) Drives or operates at a speed more than 30 miles per hour in excess of the prima facie limit;
(b) Causes a motor vehicle, boating, or OHRV collision resulting in serious bodily injury, as defined in RSA 625:11, VI, to the person or another;
(c) Attempts to elude pursuit by a law enforcement officer by increasing speed, extinguishing headlamps or, in the case of a boat, navigational lamps while still in motion, or abandoning a vehicle, boat, or OHRV while being pursued; or
(d) Carries as a passenger a person under the age of 16;
II. While having an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or more or, in the case of a person under the age of 21 at the time of the offense, 0.02 or more and, at the time alleged:
(a) Drives or operates at a speed more than 30 miles per hour in excess of the prima facie limit;
(b) Causes a motor vehicle, boating, or OHRV collision resulting in serious bodily injury, as defined in RSA 625:11, VI, to the person or another;
(c) Attempts to elude pursuit by a law enforcement officer by increasing speed, extinguishing headlamps or, in the case of a boat, navigational lights while still in motion, or abandoning a vehicle, boat, or OHRV while being pursued; or
(d) Carries as a passenger a person under the age of 16; or
III. While having an alcohol concentration of 0.16 or more.

Source. 2006, 260:1, eff. Jan. 1, 2007. 2012, 267:3, eff. Jan. 1, 2013.

New Hampshire DWI Laws by New Hampshire Attorney Mark Stevens.

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New Hampshire criminal defense lawyer Mark Stevens. Defending drivers accused of DWI/DUI in all New Hampshire courts. Located in Salem,New Hampshire. Free NH DWI case consultations. Call Attorney Mark Stevens at 1-603-893-0074 today for a free consultation.

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