ALS Hearing Laws New Hampshire
What is the Hearing Like?
An ALS hearing is a lot like a trial. There can be witness testimony and testimony from the arresting officer in the case. All witnesses are under oath, just as in a trial. There is no jury and there are slightly different rules of evidence. It is considered a civil proceeding and a hearing examiner oversees the process. You can choose whether or not to summon the arresting officer to the hearing. If that officer fails to show up at your administrative license hearing, the motion to suspend or revoke your license may be dismissed.
Resources: ALS FAQ’s
It is vital that you secure legal counsel as soon as your driver’s license is at stake. Having attorney Robert Bartis handle the filing of a request for an ALS hearing and standing by your side during the process will show the hearing examiner that you know your rights and are fully prepared for fight for those rights. Robert Bartis can guide you through the process so there are no surprises and make sure you get the best possible outcome for your New Hampshire administrative license hearing.
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