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Specific Criminal Offenses

Specific Criminal Offenses

Assault Cases

Ted Lothstein and Richard Guerriero have represented many clients charged with different degrees of assault in NH’s District Courts, and Superior Courts, throughout the State.  In NH, we don’t use the terminology “assault and batte…

Issuing Bad Checks and Check Forgery

Does your case involve an allegation that you issued a bad check, or committed forgery in relation to the negotiation of a check? In either scenario, a check is involved in the alleged criminal conduct. But these offenses fall under different laws an…

Drug Possession

Many of our clients face charges for possession of illegal drugs, or possession of prescription drugs without a valid prescription. These charges can be brought in district or superior court, and can be brought as violations, misdemeanors, or felony…

Drug Cases - Sales, Conspiracies

Ted Lothstein and Richard Guerriero have represented many clients charged with felony and misdemeanor drug crimes in NH’s District Courts, and Superior Courts, throughout the State; and in the United States District Court – NH (federal co…

Sexual Assault Allegations

New Hampshire criminal defense attorneys Richard Guerriero and Ted Lothstein have handled many sexual assault cases — both misdemeanors and felonies — in NH District and Superior Courts, in the United States District Court-NH (child pornography c…

Theft Offenses

In New Hampshire, theft cases fall into two general categories: felony thefts, where the felony status is based on the value of the property stolen, or recidivism; and misdemeanor theft cases.  And thefts can be charged in many different ways, based…

Habitual Offender

New Hampshire has an Habitual Offender law, which requires the Department of Safety to “certify” certain repeat offender drivers as an “Habitual Offender,” a status that can prevent the individual from obtaining a driver’…

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