The New Hampshire 10th Circuit - District Division - Hampton Court, commonly known as the Hampton District Court, is located in the southeastern edge of the State. This Court handles misdemeanor and violation cases brought by the following authorities: Towns of Hampton, Hampton Falls, North Hampton, South Hampton, and Seabrook. The State Police also frequently prosecute cases here, typically involving a motor vehicle stop or accident on Route 95 or Route 101.
All local violations and misdemeanors go through this Court, including:
When charged as a Class A misdemeanors, such crimes carry penalties of up to one year in the house of correction and/or a $2,000 fine. Even when the charge is not a Class A Misdemeanor, severe consequences may be imposed such as fines, “no contact” orders, loss of driver’s license, and court ordered treatment or programming (which can be very expensive).
Ted Lothstein has handled many hearings and trials in this Court, which was actually located in Seabrook until very recently, and also back in the 1990s and early 2000s when this same court was located in an old building in Hampton and was known as the Hampton District Court. Back then, the presiding judge was Hon. Francis "Whitey" Frasier, a legendary judge who is much-missed by many prosecutors and criminal defense lawyers.
When you face a criminal charge in district court it is important to obtain a criminal defense lawyer or DWI defense lawyer as soon as possible. Our firm is ready to assist you and we will respond promptly to inquiries through this site or by calls to our office.
10th Circuit – District Division – Seabrook
130 Ledge Road
Seabrook NH 03874
© 2021 Lothstein Guerriero, PLLC