Persuaded Prosecutor to Take Second Look at Case: DWI-2d Offense Charge Dropped
In Keene District Court, Client faced a DWI-2d charge. Conviction would have meant up to a 5-year license loss, mandatory jail time, and the ignition interlock program. Ted Lothstein persuaded the prosecutor to take a second look at the case. The result? The State dropped the DWI-2d charge, instead allowing Client to plead guilty to reckless driving, with an 8-month license loss – no criminal conviction, no jail, no 5-year license loss, no ignition interlock.