N.H. House passes 1st-offense DWI bill on voice vote

A bill that will allow first-time offenders of the state’s driving while intoxicated laws to obtain a limited license to go to work, rehabilitation and medical treatment was passed by the House of Representatives by a voice vote Wednesday.

 

Under HB 496, offenders will have to pay a $50 application fee and petition a judge to be considered for the limited license. If approved, they will have to equip their vehicle with an enhanced technology ignition interlock device at their expense.

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