Hooksett – 6th Circuit District Court
The New Hampshire 6th Circuit - District Division - Hooksett Court, commonly known as the Hooksett District Court, is located just 15 minutes away from our Concord office. This Court handles misdemeanor and violation cases brought by the following police departments: the Hooksett Police Department, Allenstown Police Department, and Pembroke Police Department.
All local violations and misdemeanors go through this Court, including:
- DWI / DUI
- Simple Assault
- Domestic Violence
- Theft and Shoplifting
- Driving after Suspension and other driving offenses
- Possession of Marijuana and other drug offenses
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).
Our firm has extensive experience handling cases in Hooksett District Court. Ted Lothstein has handled cases of all types in Hooksett District Court, dating back to when he began defending NH citizens and visitors in 1994. 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.
Hooksett District Court Case Victories
In Hooksett District Court, Client charged with DWI, 2d Offense. Attorney Lothstein first wins Client’s ALS hearing on the merits, saving him from a 2-year consecutive license suspension. Then, on the eve of trial, Attorney Lothstein, a DUI lawyer in NH, secures plea to Reckless Driving, saving Client from mandatory jail time, a mandatory 7-day alcohol abuse program, mandatory ignition interlock for one year, and a mandatory 3-year license suspension. Before Client hired Attorney Lothstein, he faced a 5 year license suspension. Thanks to this amazing series of victories, he received a total license suspension of 60 days! Read More
Client faced a charge of DWI in the 6th Circuit - District Division - Hooksett Court. While awaiting trial, he was arrested and charged for Breach of Bail Conditions / Contempt of Court, a class A misdemeanor that carries up to a year in jail, for violating a bail condition. We won the contested ALS hearing, reducing his license suspension by 6 months. He then pled guilty to DWI, received the mandatory minimum penalties under law, and in exchange, the State filed a letter with the Court agreeing not to prosecute the Breach of Bail Conditionscharge. Read More
6th Circuit - District Division - Hooksett
101 Merrimack Street