You are entitled to a hearing when your license has been submitted for suspension. The Director of the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV
), the same person who signed your original driver's license, will issue the Administrative Suspension.
A suspension can only be ordered after a hearing, and the Bureau of Hearings will hear your case. You are not required to bring an attorney to your hearing. However, having your license suspended will have a dramatic effect on you, your family, and your friends. It may be a good idea to consult with an attorney before your hearing date.
If you choose to appeal, be sure you complete and file Request for Administrative Suspension Hearing within 10 days of the conviction. The form is available online using the free Adobe Reader. Mail your appeal paperwork to:
Director of Motor Vehicles
Attn: Bureau of Hearings
Concord, NH 03305
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