Lebanon – 2d Circuit District Court
Is your case in the New Hampshire 2d Circuit – District Division – Lebanon Court?
This Court is located in Lebanon, outside the downtown area, on Centerra Parkway, near the Coop. The Court handles cases brought by police departments and prosecuting agencies from the following towns:
Additionally, highway interstate Route 89 runs through this area, so many DWI and other cases are brought in Lebanon Circuit Court by the New Hampshire State Police.
Criminal and DWI defense attorney Ted Lothstein appears often in this Court, most often to handle a DWI case. Because this area is on the Vermont border, near mountains, ski resorts and other outdoor adventure areas, Attorney Lothstein has represented clients in this Court from Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts, as well as many NH residents.
Lebanon cases are prosecuted by Benjamin LeDuc of the Lebanon Police Department. State Police cases are prosecuted by the State Police. A regional prosecutor, Christopher O’Connor, handles cases from Enfield, Canaan, Hanover, Grafton, Lyme and Orford. These prosecutors are highly experienced – be prepared.
Legendary western NH DWI defense attorney Eugene Struckhoff, III, who is of counsel to Lothstein Guerriero, PLLC, formerly maintained an office in Lebanon and appeared in this Court all the time. In 2009, he teamed up with Ted Lothstein to extend the reach of his practice and ensure that his western NH clients would be well-served as he wound down his practice and moved towards retirement. Ted Lothstein and Gene Struckhoff have worked together on many DWI cases, and continue to do so to this day.
Lebanon District Court Case Victories
Lebanon District Court. Enfield Police Department charged Client with Possession of Controlled Drug in a Motor Vehicle (marijuana), a major motor vehicle offense and class B misdemeanor crime. Attorney Lothstein secured plea to possession of controlled drug as a non-criminal violation. Client paid a fine, was saved from having a criminal record, and was spared the mandatory 60 day license loss that comes with a conviction for possession in a motor vehicle. Read More
In Lebanon District Court, the State Police charged Client with DWI-2d Offense and Aggravated DWI. Attorney Lothstein filed a motion to suppress, contending that the vehicle stop violated Client’s constitutional rights. On the day of trial, the State allowed Client to plead guilty to reckless driving, and dropped the DWI charges. Client avoided mandatory jail time, mandatory 7-day alcohol treatment program, mandatory one-year “ignition interlock”, and the plea reduced her court-imposed license suspension from 36 months to 60 days! Read More
2nd Circuit – District Division - Lebanon
38 Centerra Parkway
Lebanon, NH 03766-0247