It’s only February and we already have a strong candidate for Worst Lawyer Soundbite of 2015. It’s an Arizona lawyer who became embroiled in an angry email exchange with a potential client who decided not to hire him. According to cov…
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…
The Epping Police charge Client in the 10th Circuit District Division Brentwood Court with Driving while Intoxicated. They also seek a 180-day administrative suspension because he refused a breath test. Client hires NH DWI defense attorney Ted Lothstein, and we secure a plea agreement where the State rescinds the administrative suspension (no 180 day suspension), AND the State drops the DWI charge. Client pleads guilty to Reckless Operation, with a 90-day license suspension, a fine, and a requirement that he obtain a LADAC evaluation.
In 2008, Ted Lothstein won a reversal on appeal where the accused was charged with Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault (alleged sexual assault of an adult), and the trial judge in Merrimack County Superior Court refused to allow cross-examination of the complainant regarding her prior false accusation of rape against another man.The reversal in State v. Kornbrekke was the first time that the Court had ever reversed a rape conviction based on this type of limitation of the right to confront one’s accuser at trial.Read NH appeal attorney Ted’s Brief on AppealRead the Court’s Decision Overturning the Conviction. State v. Karl Kornbrekke,156 N.H. 821 (2008).Read Coverage of this Victory in the New England Sun JournalRead More