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.
New Hampshire DWI lawyer Russman talks about the use of swab drug testing in California and how it effects the future of DWI testing in New Hampshire.
DWI attorney Russman talks about a case of a NH man being charged with DWI while driving with an ignition interlock device which is designed to prevent drunk driving.
New Hampshire DWI attorney Russman discusses a proposed bill that will let DWI offenders keep their licenses if they install an ignition interlock device (IID).
The breath test, for many reasons, is the most commonly used test for DWI evidence. It is easily obtained, costs less than other measures, and results can be obtained on the spot. The portable testing equipment that the officers carry is more often used for the preliminary breath test, and ther...