Beware to those enjoying cookouts and BBQs in the Concord area this weekend!
The State Police announced five extra shifts for DUI Hunters this weekend, something they call “saturation patrols.”
Earlier on this page, we reported that Ted Lothstein has been in a First Degree Assault jury trial all week in the Hillsborough County Superior Court-South in Nashua, representing Cyrinus Franklin “Frank” Morris. The Nashua Police and Hillsboroug…
Ted Lothstein’s role defending a Nashua man charged with First Degree Assault in a jury trial this week has been covered twice this week by the Nashua Telegraph. (The defense team, contrary to the article, did not include anybody named “D…
Salem District Court, NH. Pelham Police charge Client with DWI and initiate administrative license revocation (180-day suspension) proceeding. Attorney Lothstein files Motion to Suppress in Court, and then obtains plea agreement where DWI is dismissed, AND ALS suspension is dismissed. Client pleads guilty to speeding and pays a $103 fine. Read this client’s on-line reviewRead More
Concord Police Officer stops Client and charges Client with DWI after observing Client drive in circles late at night, seemingly lost, with a plate light out. Attorney Lothstein files motion to suppress the vehicle stop. Subsequently, prosecutor gives Client the opportunity to plead to a lesser offense, with the DWI dismissed. This plea saves Client’s commercial driver’s license. An administrative hearing convened to suspend Client’s commercial driver’s license for one year results in no suspension at all because Client did not get convicted of DWI, and did not sustain a DWI administrative suspension.
The Woodstock, NH Police charge Client with Driving under the Influence in the 2d Circuit District Division Plymouth Court, alleging in court that she provided a .16 breath test. Despite having a BAC in the Aggravated DWI range (.16 and higher), Attorney Lothstein secures a plea to DWI-first offense with the minimum penalties under law for a first offense, and as part of the plea agreement, withdraws the 180 day administrative suspension, so Client may restore her driver’s license in as little as 90 days.