Salem – 10th Circuit District Division
The New Hampshire 10th Circuit - District Division - Salem Court, commonly known as the Salem District Court handles misdemeanor and violation cases brought by the following police departments: the Salem Police Department, Windham Police Department, Pelham Police Department, and the State Police.
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
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).
The Salem Police prosecute the majority of cases brought in this Court, handled by an attorney prosecutor, Attorney Jason Grosky. A separate prosecuting attorney works for the State Police and prosecutes some of their cases, including DWI cases, in the Salem District Court.
Our firm has extensive experience handling cases in Salem District Court, including DUI/DWI cases, drug cases, theft cases, and serious felony cases that began in that Court and moved on to the Rockingham Superior Court. 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.
Salem District Court Case Victories
In the Salem District Court, Attorney Lothstein obtained a negotiated settlement where a DWI was dismissed and Client pled guilty to negligent driving, an offense which carries no license loss. The administrative suspension remained in place. Because negligent driving is not a “major motor vehicle conviction,” this saved Client from becoming an habitual offender! Read More
10th Circuit - District Division - Salem
35 Geremonty Drive
Salem, NH 03079