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…
In Lebanon District Court, the State Police charged Client with DWI-2d Offense and Aggravated DWI. Attorney Lothstein filed a motion to suppress, contending that the vehicle stop violated Client’s constitutional rights. On the day of trial, the State allowed Client to plead guilty to reckless driving, and dropped the DWI charges. Client avoided mandatory jail time, mandatory 7-day alcohol treatment program, mandatory one-year “ignition interlock”, and the plea reduced her court-imposed license suspension from 36 months to 60 days!
On June 9, 2009, in an appeal briefed by Ted Lothstein, the Court reversed these serious felony convictions because the Manchester Police went into the accused’s home without getting a warrant from a judge.“The search of a home is subject to a particularly stringent warrant requirement because the occupant has a high expectation of privacy. To have it otherwise would be to obliterate one of the most fundamental distinctions between our form of government, where officers are under the law, and the police-state where they are the law.“Read Ted’s Brief on AppealRead the Court’s Decision. State v. Scott Robison (2009).Read More
Merrimack County Superior Court. The State charged Client with first degree assault based on a stabbing that occurred outside a restaurant/bar in Concord. Ted Lothstein argued that Client acted in self-defense, protecting himself from a drunken thug. The jury acquitted Client.