College Student Avoids Disqualification of Student Loans, Avoids 2 Out of 3 Convictions

The Rindge Police stopped Client and charged Client with underage DWI in New Hampshire (Client blew 6 times the legal limit), transporting and possessing marijuana, and driving with a suspended license, 2d offense. She is a Massachusetts driver, so her fee included free consultation with a Massachusetts RMV expert. After Attorney Lothstein filed a motion to suppress, the prosecutor allowed Client to plead guilty only to the DWI and an additional non-motor vehicle, non-criminal violation. As a result, Client, a college student, avoided being declared an Habitual Offender, avoided conviction on 2 out of 3 major motor vehicle convictions, and avoideddisqualification for student loans for one year (based upon conviction of a drug offense).