For most people, the holidays mean happiness and time spent with family. For law enforcement, it is an opportunity to make DUI arrests.
Around the holidays, local and state police increase DUI enforcement through roving patrols and roadblocks. These are very calculated. Not only are they in high traffic areas, they are often in areas that target Mass residents traveling through New Hampshire. In fact, we deal with a high number of Mass drivers who were arrested in New Hampshire.
The problem with these cases is that you have proceedings and penalties in both states. This is why you should find an experienced attorney who is licensed to practice in both states. If your attorney does not handle interstate cases on a regular basis and makes an error, you could face an unnecessary license suspension.
A DUI can truly change your life. It can not only ruin your holiday plans but it can also impact your future for many years to come. If you or a loved one is facing a DUI charge, call Bowser Law today so we can evaluate your case and tell you what your options are.
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