If you have been charged with driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated in New Hamsphire, you were likely asked to execute some tasks at the location of the initial traffic stop. Called field sobriety tests, these seemingly simple things can end up being very complicated. As explained by FieldSobrietyTests.org, there are three tests approved for use by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, none of which are completely accurate.
Receiving a drunk driving charge in New Hampshire is a very serious offense. Not only are there severe legal ramifications, driving drunk may also seriously harm you and other drivers. The following information illustrates just how deadly drunk driving can be and what you can do if you suspect you have a problem with alcohol.