Over the past two decades, Ted Lothstein – an experienced DUI defense lawyer and criminal lawyer in New Hampshire – has earned a well-deserved reputation for winning high-profile cases, both in the trial courts and on appeal. His victories as an NH DUI defense lawyer and criminal lawyer have been widely reported in publications like the Boston Globe, the Concord Monitor, the Nashua Telegraph, and the national Criminal Law Reporter. When you need help in and out of the courtroom, Ted can put his expertise and experience to work for you in New Hampshire’s District Courts and Superior Courts, as well as the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
Appeals and Postconviction Claims
A former Assistant Appellate Defender and Public Defender, Ted Lothstein has litigated over 80 appeals in the New Hampshire Supreme Court and First Circuit Court of Appeals. His appeals have resulted in ground-breaking precedents, several of which have received national attention. Ted also handles complex post-conviction claims, such as a recent challenge to a first degree murder conviction brought in the Rockingham County Superior Courts. Ted has served as the Chairperson and Lecturer for Continuing Legal Education Seminars presented by the New Hampshire Bar Association to hundreds of lawyers on March 4, 2011, and at the April 8, 2015 Appellate Advocacy Seminar.
Lecturer, Presenter and Chairperson at DWI Litigation Seminars
As a Litigation Support Attorney with the New Hampshire Public Defender, Ted has taught seminars on the art and science of DWI defense to hundreds of New Hampshire lawyers. Click on the links to read the Agenda for some of these programs, which include CLE (Continuing Legal Education) programs sponsored by the New Hampshire Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (Oct. 19, 2007; May 19, 2006; May 21, 2004); the New Hampshire Bar Association (May 15, 2014; Dec. 2, 2011; Dec. 3, 2008; Dec. 7, 2005 and Feb. 15, 2002); Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (Dec. 9, 2010), and Lorman Education Services (2006). As an Adjunct Professor at Plymouth State University, Ted taught the “Criminal Adjudication” course in the criminal justice department in 2011 and 2012. As an Adjunct Professor at St. Anselm College, Ted has taught courses in the criminal justice department in 2007 (Special Topics in Criminal Justice) and 2008 (Comparative Constitutional Law).
Education Background and Professional Accomplishments
Ted Lothstein earned his A.B. from Duke University in 1989, then earned his J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1993, graduating with honors Summa Cum Laude. Subsequently, he clerked for Associate Justice (ret.) Robert Berdon, of the Connecticut Supreme Court, 1993-94. He went on to work as trial attorney, litigation support attorney, and assistant appellate defender at the New Hampshire Public Defender. In 2008, he opened his solo law practice, Lothstein Law Office, PLLC in Concord, focusing on DWI defense, criminal litigation and appeals. He is a member of the New Hampshire Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, National College of DUI Defense, and National and New Hampshire Ass’ns of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is admitted to practice in New Hampshire, Connecticut, and New York. Ted focuses on DWI defense in all NH Courts, as well as criminal defense and post-conviction challenges in State and Federal Court, and appeals to the New Hampshire Supreme Court and First Circuit Court of Appeals. Ted has also received the Preeminent award from Martindale-Hubbell.
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Victories on Appeal
Cutting Edge Litigation
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Criminal Law Reporter