What is Implied Consent

NH RSA 265-A:4 provides that “any person operating a vehicle or an OHRV on a way, or a boat on public waters, is deemed to have given consent to a blood alcohol test or physical tests if that person has been arrested for an offense that arises out of acts the State alleges were committed while the person was operating under the influence of intoxicating liquor and/or drugs.” If the arrest is for a violation or a misdemeanor, the driver...
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What is an Annulment of a Criminal Arrest or Conviction?

Annulment is a court-guided process in which the legal record of a person’s arrest or conviction is sealed from public view, or in some cases the records are physically destroyed. The New Hampshire annulment process involves filing a written application and sometimes a hearing in front of a judge. A person generally gets one opportunity to request an annulment. Some violent crimes and offenses involving children, among others, cannot be annulled. Annulment gives the beneficiary a fresh start. The annuled...
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