Waste of Taxpayer Dollars or Successful Deterrence?
The Concord Monitor reported today that last week’s taxpayer-funded DWI Roadblock in Chichester, a joint effort between the State Police and Chichester Police, resulted in zero arrests. This…
DWI ROADBLOCK ON ROUTE 4 or 28?
If you would like to learn more about the criminal justice process from an insider’s view: drive on Route 4 or Route 28 this week with alcohol or drugs on board.
Chichester Police and the NH State Police have ann…
After many years of unsuccessful efforts by NH legislators who are Democrats, Republicans and Independents… the NH House and Senate have finally passed a marijuana possession decriminalization Bill that is now awaiting the Governor’s sign…
Aggravated felonious sexual assault (alleged sexual assault of a child) convictions reversed.Right Vindicated: Court reverses convictions based on Attorney Lothstein’s argument that erroneous decision to admit prejudicial prosecution evidence deprived accused of a fair trial.Read Ted’s Brief on AppealRead the Court’s Decision Overturning the Conviction. State v. Donald Morrill,154 N.H. 547, 914 A.2d 1206 (2006).Read More
In Jaffrey-Peterborough District Court, Client faced an alarming array of criminal motor vehicle charges arising out of a single motor vehicle stop: DWI (0.15 breath test), Transporting Controlled Drug (marijuana) in a vehicle, Conduct After an Accident (leaving the scene of an accident), Possession of Marijuana, Transportation of Alcoholic Beverages in a motor vehicle. After negotiation, the State agreed to drop all charges except the DWI, and recommended the minimum sentence under law for that offense. After one year, Client will have only a violation, and no criminal convictions, on his record.