Wednesday, March 13, 2013

ST. PATRICK’S DAY IN NEW HAMPSHIRE 2013 – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

ST. PATRICK’S DAY IN NEW HAMPSHIRE 2013

St. Patrick’s Day also known as the Feast of Saint Patrick is Sunday, March 17th. The day commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland.  It is also a celebration of Irish culture.
 

Sometimes people celebrate a little too vigorously.  Keep this in mind while wearing your shamrock and pounding down pints green beer – New Hampshire Law enforcement will be ramping up patrols in an effort to catch people who may decide to get behind the wheel after drinking.    

The New Hampshire DWI laws changed earlier this year and result in serious repercussions upon conviction. 
 

Have a good plan before heading out.  For instance, have the phone number of a few local cab companies or coordinate transportation with a friend or relative who are not celebrating.  Assign a designated driver.   
 

The risk of losing your license will cost you time, money, expensive programs, fines, a driving record, increased insurance and much more. 
 

While Attorneys Justin Shepherd and Mark Osborne may be eating copious amount of food we will not be drinking.  

Therefore, if you run into trouble CALL US IMMEDIATELY.  603-595-5525