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Medical Marijuana in NH - Strategies for NH Criminal Defense Attorneys

After years of trying, medical marijuana activists are closer than ever before, to passing a law that would allow NH to become the last New England state to legalize medical marijuana. An expansive version of the law passed the NH House overwhelmingl… Read More
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CG Labs now Accredited - breath testing analysis for NH DWI defense lawyers

Many NH DWI / DUI clients ask if their breath sample could be contaminated because they were exposed to chemicals in the workplace, or because the police department booking room walls had been freshly painted, etc. Other clients, who provided blood s… Read More
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If I've Been Charged with DWI in New Hampshire Will I Be Convicted?

Transcript: My name is Ted Lothstein. Since 1994, I have defended literally thousands of people accused of crimes in federal and state courts throughout New Hampshire. In particular, I’ve dedicated my practice to defending people accused of driving… Read More
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Can I Refuse The Field Sobriety Tests In New Hampshire?

Transcript: My name is Ted Lothstein. Since 1994, I have defended literally thousands of people accused of crimes in federal and state courts throughout New Hampshire. One of the questions that’s most frequently asked of me, by clients, but also by… Read More
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Is "Cinderella" coming to NH?

The #1 most frequently asked question by new DWI clients and potential DWI clients of my firm? Can I get a special permit to drive to work? Sadly, for as long as I can remember (and I have been defending DWIs and criminal cases in NH for over 18 year… Read More
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Can the prosecution prove its case using rank hearsay?

On September 5, 2007, the New Hampshire Supreme Court, in a 3-2 decision, upheld the constitutionality of laws that allow the prosecution to use hearsay evidence to prove an essential element in a DWI prosecution. State v. O’Maley, 156 N.H. 125… Read More
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NH Supreme Court - Right against Self-Incrimination - Shield Against Elevated Penalties at DWI Sentencing

NH Supreme Court: Right Against Self-Incrimination Applies at Sentencing Hearings, Not Just Trials. Here’s a familiar scenario: Prosecutor thinks DWI defendant has no prior DWI convictions. Client, and attorney through attorney-client privilege… Read More
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NH Supreme Court - Drunk Driving Roadblocks Upheld

May 25, 2007. Drunk Driving: Secret Random Stops Upheld. Being a DWI Hunter is tough. You’ve got to hide in darkened parking lots across the street from bars, cruise the highway, and drive all over town, looking for a drunk driver… and ho… Read More
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