Many criminal offenses in New Hampshire, such as DWI, can result in a suspended sentence. Find out more about what exactly this term means and how it may apply to your case.
DWI lawyer Russman discusses an article where New Hampshire law enforcement say that they are opposed to a new bill which would allow first time offenders to get limited licenses.
A look at the meaning of BAC and why .08 was adopted as the legal limit for alcohol levels for New Hampshire DWI laws.
A look at how New Hampshire DWI sentencing guidelines and laws stack up against the laws of other states.
An analysis of what methods are currently used to evaluate drug related DWI suspects in New Hampshire and throughout the country as well as what challenges detection poses.
A drug DWI offense is a serious charge and can lead to long-term negative consequences. Take a look at how drugged driving laws in New Hampshire compare to those of other states.
Learn more about underage DWI laws in New Hampshire as well as what some groups propose can be done to reduce the number of teens who drink and drive.
Attorney Russman talks about a recent case where a man was arrested for DWI even though he tested clean for alcohol and drugs and how this may be possible in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire DUI lawyer Ryan Russman talks about a recent study that suggests that drugged DUI cases are on the rise and will continue to be a problem unless something is done to stop it.
DWI attorney Ryan Russman talks about a bill that was recently passed by the House that would allow first time DWI offenders to get restricted licenses in order to commute to school, work and medical treatment.
Ryan Russman reveiws how New Hampshire’s DWI laws stack up against other states according to anti-drunk driving group MADD.
A look at how today’s law regarding DWI checkpoints in came to be in New Hampshire as well as why DWI roadblock laws are still debated in the U.S.
NH DWI attorney Russman explains a case of alleged police brutality against a suspect. If a person feels that they are mistreated in anyway during their arrest process, they should make sure their DWI attorney is aware of this right away.
A woman in New Hampshire is facing charges for DWI after she was seriously injured in an accident involving a moose.
The key to stopping DWI once and for all is to make sure that people have a lot of options instead of driving under the influence. This article looks at why this is not always easy.
New Hampshire attorney Russman talks about steps that Washington is taking to reduce the number of DWI cases in their city and how it relates to New Hampshire law.
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) is probably the most frequently committed crime in the United States. Based on a recent report by the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA), almost every two minutes someone is due to a DWI accident. The NHTSA also warned that if this trend continues,...