Nashua, NH (PressExposure) July 12, 2011 -- DUI attorney for New Hampshire Daniel Hynes shows his commitment to sharing his DUI law updates with his clients and public. Hynes believes that knowledge of NH DUI laws will prevent people from committing drunk driving offenses which can lead to suspension of driver's license, penalties, serving jail sentence and other serious offenses.
When asked why he wants to open twitter account, Hynes replied, "Often times a DUI suspect is a victim and based on the surroundings a person matures, the juvenile may not be able to properly understand community etiquette and presume that illegal actions are actually legal. For instance, a juvenile person may not even be aware that smoking a marijuana cigarette and driving as a misdemeanor crime in New Hampshire and that should he be apprehended and have criminal case registered in his records and that he'd be punished by the courts. It is in this connection I thought will take time to tweet updates regarding DUI laws, penalties, and police department's sobriety check points in the counties of Hudson, Nashua and Portsmouth."
Besides the DUI attorney will also tweet tips involving traffic violations and DUI with respective penalties and consequences. The tips include measures drunk drivers can take to avoid field sobriety tests, how to pass the breathalyzer test, and more.
Besides tweeting, Daniel Hynes has been adding vast information about NH DWI and DUI laws, details about felonies and misdemeanors, DWI/DUI, other traffic violations, penalties, consequences, aggravated DWI, and DUI guide. Hynes intends to reach out to particularly those people in need. He gives free initial consultation for case evaluation, answering questions and giving advice.
Sometimes people are mislead and do not have any information and find themselves in helpless situations and when it is much needed to be represented by expert and experienced attorney they don't have clues. It should be remembered that early defense pays in DUI. Attorney Hynes knows about those actions if when taken can ameliorate the charges. He has several years of DUI defense practicing law in NH and he is bringing his experience to DWI and DUI defense and Criminal law practice.
Hynes remarked, "I am one of the few DWI Attorneys in NH that successfully finished course on 'Field Sobriety Testing Instructor' which makes me a little more qualified and knowledgeable in the area of DWI and DUI defense. I request my clients and public by large to follow my tweets and gather as much information on DUI in NH as possible. You can contact me for a Free Consultation [http://www.squidoo.com/nh-dwi-guy] all 7 days a week and 9 am through 9 pm. You can know more about me at [http://www.nhdwiguy.com/nashua.html]