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Daniel Hynes, The DWI Attorney New Hampshire is Now Certified in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing

In an effort to serve his clients better, the New Hampshire DUI attorney Daniel Hynes takes SFST course and receives certification in the same. What it means is that the DWI Guy NH is certified to administer field sobriety tests besides being certified to even train the police personnel to administer the standardized field sobriety tests.

Talking about the same the DWI attorney said, “I have taken the NHTSA 40-hour course and completed it successfully which makes me qualify to not only administer the SFSTs but also instruct the SFST practitioner training course curriculum to those who seek it. I spent my time to gain hands on experience on the standardized field sobriety testing that usually police officers have.

The course has certified me as a practitioner in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and also one who can train the practitioners to be too. It is also the same certification course that police officials must essentially go through. It was a good course and it felt great to learn new information and hands-on experience on how the field sobriety tests are done and also good to get the same training that police go through.”

Adding he said, “I am blogging on about SFSTs in bits and pieces in a separate blog section on my website which could help my clients in their DWI/DUI trial. I met few other attorneys from NH at the course, but not any one from Manchester, Nashua, Hudson or Portsmouth the places that I actually serve.

The certification means an attorney has demonstrated special competence and passed testing in the area of law and achieved substantial relevant experience needed in areas of DWI and DUI. With the certification I can expressly hold myself as an “expert” in the field of DWI and DUI defense. In fact, SFSTs course passed attorneys are the only attorneys that have the most success rate in helping the charges suspended from DUI offenders.”

“Given the ill reputation some DUI attorneys have garnered in the recent times, it is an honor to join the platform and help promote professionalism as well as expertise,” said Mr. Hynes.

“I request my clients and public by large to go through my website and sift through the DWI guy certifications and trainings I have attended. I entertain free consultation at (603) 674 – 5183 to whosoever that need my assistance. They can even email me all 7 days a week and 9 am through 9 pm. You can know more about me at

Daniel Hynes, DUI attorney of NH serving Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth and Hudson is quite experienced in DUI defense and aware of those actions if when taken ameliorate the DUI charges. With many years of DUI defense practicing law in NH Daniel Hynes brings his experience to DWI and DUI defense and Criminal law practice. Daniel Hynes has been handling traffic felonies, misdemeanor, and defending DWI/DUI charges with a very good success rate. The DWI Guy also handles criminal defense involving domestic violence, sexual assault and more.

Defense Attorney Daniel Hynes,5 1/2 Mulberry St.

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