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The New Hampshire Senate Judiciary Committee Votes To Preserve The Right To An Independent Breath Test

The New Hampshire Department of Safety recently sponsored a bill that would have abolished the right of New Hampshire citizens to an independent breath test in DWI cases. House Bill 363, sought to remove an individual’s rights to obtain a sample of his or her own breath for independent testing at their own choosing.

The New Hampshire Senate Judiciary Committee votes 5-0 against HB 363. In so doing, individuals who submit to a breath test in a DWI case will still be provided a sample of their breath for independent testing and analysis.

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