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New Hampshire DWI Laws by New Hampshire Attorney Mark Stevens.

If you have been arrested in the state of New Hampshire or facing charges for OUI, DWI, DUI, or BWI- Call the Law Offices of Mark Stevens for your free consultation and New Hampshire DWI case evaluation at 1-603-893-0074 today!

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Please be Prepared this Memorial Day Weekend from NH DUI Lawyer Mark Stevens 603.893.0261 (24/7)

With summer around the corner, and an extremely long winter finally behind us its likely more people than not will be hitting the road this upcoming Memorial Day Weekend, and we all know what that means; the chances of being pulled over are higher than usual over the upcoming holiday weekend. The New Hampshire and Massachusetts State Police are vigilantly working to keep aggressive, drunk, distracted, and unsafe drivers off the road. If you (like most people) have plans to travel or get together with family and friends over Memorial Day, please take a second to look over these driver tips and make sure you’re prepared before hitting the road this weekend-

1. Make Sure Your Inspection Stickers and Registrations Are Valid

  • An important reminder if you are driving this weekend is to make sure that your car has a valid inspection sticker, as well as a valid registration. When you drive into a roadblock, or even drive by the police this weekend without a valid inspection sticker you can count on being stopped and hassled. The police will take any chance they can get to pull you over for any reason! Like all other motor vehicle codes, the police often co-opt this to see if you have been drinking or have drugs in your car. The penalty for a violation of this section of the motor vehicle code is $60, but the real penalty is when the police smell alcohol or suspect that you have been drinking after stopping you for the lack of an inspection sticker. Many drivers who are initially stopped for this minor violation end up charged with DWI, DUI or OUI. AVOID one potential for this by making sure your inspection stickers are up to date.

2.Make Sure Your Plate Lights and Other Lights Work

  • Everyone driving at night should check their brake lights, plate lights, and other lighting, as well as their inspection stickers and license plates, to avoid some unwanted interaction with police. Avoid giving the police some of these chances to legally stop you by making sure that all your lights are functioning, your registration and inspection stickers are up to date, and your license is valid.

3. Don’t Tell the Cops You Take Prescription Meds

  • If you get stopped and the police suspect you are intoxicated (“DUI/DWI”)they will ask you about drinking. “Have you been drinking? is the tricky way the question is posed. You may have been watching a game or mowing the lawn and had a beer. But the way the question is posed, an affirmative answer sounds like you’ve been playing beer pong.
  • So what happens when the police think you’re intoxicated but they can’t smell alcohol? They will usually ask you if you take any medications. If a cop suspects you of intoxication and asks you if you take medications, you are at high risk to get arrested. If you answer “yes” and describe what you take, even if it is prescribed, it increases your risk of arrest.
  • There is no better time to exercise your right to remain silent and your right to a lawyer than when a cop asks you if you are taking prescription drugs. Most innocent people believe that if they explain to the police that they are taking medications exactly as their doctor prescribed them they will steer clear of the DWI net the police are trying to catch them in. Wrong. Be careful how you answer any question posed by the police when you are stopped.

PREPARATION FOR THIS WORST CASE SCENARIO – It is not a bad idea to prepare for this event. Have your license and registration in an easy place to find and an easy place to quickly and effortlessly produce upon demand. Don’t put your license in a difficult spot to pull it out quickly when you need to. Practice taking your license out of your wallet in the safety of your home. CONSIDER GETTING A REGISTRATION HOLDER TO KEEP YOUR VEHICLE REGISTRATION IN. If you do not have one send me an e-mail with your mailing address and I will send you a registration holder for every one of your vehicles free of charge. Then practice producing your license and registration fairly often. It will make it easier to do if you ever have to produce them under a pressurized roadside situation.

 

Have a Safe Memorial Day Weekend,

Mark Stevens, Criminal Defense Attorney, Law Office of Mark Stevens
Tel: (603) 893-0074 | Fax: (603) 893-5022
info@byebyedwi.com | http://www.byebyedwi.com

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Arrested in New Hampshire? Follow this Call to Action!

A Call to Action:

Have you or a loved one been arrested? If you have, you’ve probably just endured the worst day of your life. Your anxiety level is probably the highest it has ever been. It is important right now that you promptly take steps to protect your rights.

The Law Offices of Mark Stevens represents people accused of DWI and other crimes. Call right now for a free initial consultation at 603-893-0074. In New Hampshire call 1-800-DWI-LAWS. We look forward to speaking with you.

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New Hampshire DWI laws. Call Salem, New Hampshire criminal defense Attorney Mark Stevens today at 1-603-893-0074 (24/7) for a free consultation and free initial case evaluation. The Law Offices of Mark Stevens represent people accused of DWI and other crimes. Call right now for a free initial consultation at 603-893-0074 or visit us online at http://www.byebyedwi.com & http://www.NHCrime.com. We look forward to speaking with you!

 

Hassled by the Cops in Loudon, NH? Call New Hampshire DWI Defense Lawyer Mark Stevens- He’ll Know What to Do! 603.893.0074 (24/7)

Busted for DWI at the NH Motor Speedway? Call NH Defense Attorney Mark Stevens and Lawyer Up! 1-603-893-0074 24/7  New Hampshire DWI laws and New Hampshire criminal laws in action. Be prepared to assert your Miranda rights and call Attorney Stevens today at 1-603-893-0074. Once the questions about drinking start, you are probably about to get arrested. Free initial consultation and case evaluation. We look forward to speaking with you.

Here are a few tips and precautionary methods to help avoid any unwanted contacts with the cops:

1. Make Sure Your Inspection Stickers and Registrations Are Valid

An important reminder if you are driving this weekend is to make sure that your car has a valid inspection sticker, as well as a valid registration. When you drive into a roadblock, or even drive by the police this weekend without a valid inspection sticker you can count on being stopped and hassled. The police will take any chance they can get to pull you over for any reason! Like all other motor vehicle codes, the police often co-opt this to see if you have been drinking or have drugs in your car. The penalty for a violation of this section of the motor vehicle code is $60, but the real penalty is when the police smell alcohol or suspect that you have been drinking after stopping you for the lack of an inspection sticker. Many drivers who are initially stopped for this minor violation end up charged with DWI, DUI or OUI. AVOID one potential for this by making sure your inspection stickers are up to date.

2. Make Sure Your Plate Lights and Other Lights Work

Everyone driving at night should check their brake lights, plate lights, and other lighting, as well as their inspection stickers and license plates, to avoid some unwanted interaction with police. Avoid giving the police some of these chances to legally stop you by making sure that all your lights are functioning, your registration and inspection stickers are up to date, and your license is valid.

3. Don’t Tell the Cops You Take Prescription Meds

So what happens when the police think you’re intoxicated but they can’t smell alcohol? They will usually ask you if you take any medications. If a cop suspects you of intoxication and asks you if you take medications, you are at high risk to get arrested. If you answer “yes” and describe what you take, even if it’s prescribed to you, it increases your risk of arrest.

There is no better time to exercise your right to remain silent and your right to a lawyer than when a cop asks you if you are taking prescription drugs. Most innocent people believe that if they explain to the police that they are taking medications exactly as their doctor prescribed them they will steer clear of the DWI net the police are trying to catch them in. Wrong. Be careful how you answer any question posed by the police when you are stopped.

Choose your actions wisely!  Be polite; don’t be a jerk, even if the officer is completely off-base for arresting you in the first place.  Don’t cry, bash your head against the cruiser window, tell the cop you want to die, don’t call the cops names or tell him he’s stupid, or anything else of that nature.  Don’t tell him you know important people, that you know a lawyer, or that he is going to be sorry for arresting you.  He’s not.

In this video Salem, NH criminal defense lawyer Mark Stevens explains why you don’t have to talk to the cops. If the police question you regarding involvement in any type of crime, you aren’t required to answer.  Remain silent and remember to call your lawyer before you speak to the cops.  You can focus on your defense by remaining silent.  Watch this video for more:

Call Attorney Mark Stevens if you’ve been accused or charged with DWI, driving after suspension, “reckless driving”, “aggravated DWI”, or any other criminal charges, 24/7 at 1-603-893-0074. The Law Offices of Mark Stevens represent people accused of violating New Hampshire DWI laws and other crimes. Call right now for a free initial consultation and case evaluations at (603)-893-0074 or visit us online at byebyedwi.com for more information!

If you’ve been arrested for DWI, OUI, BWI,  or other criminal or motor vehicle charges, call the Law Offices of Mark Stevens for a free initial consultation and evaluation for your New Hampshire DWI at 1-603-893-0074 or toll-free in NH at 1-800-DWI-LAWS. We look forward to speaking with you.

Have a great weekend and please drive safely,

Attorney Mark Stevens

Law Offices of Mark Stevens
5 Manor Parkway Salem, NH
www.byebyedwi.com
603.893.0074 24/7

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Celebrate (4-20) Safely from NH DUI Lawyer Mark Stevens 1-603-893-0261 (24/7)

Happy 4-20!  Please celebrate responsibly. You should not lie to the cops, but you don’t need to tell them incriminating information either.  Politely decline their questions then Lawyer Up & Shut Up!

Here is a video on New Hampshire Marijuana Laws:

 

 RSA 265-A:43:
265-A:43  Possession of Drugs.
 
  Any person who drives on any way a vehicle while knowingly having in his or her possession or in any part of the vehicle a controlled drug or controlled drug analog in violation of the provisions of RSA 318:B shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and his or her license shall be revoked or his or her right to drive denied for a period of 60 days and at the discretion of the court for a period not to exceed 2 years.
Here is the text of New Hampshire’s DWI law, which defines the elements of the crime of driving while intoxicated (“DWI”) that the state must prove beyond a reasonable doubt at trial.
 
RSA 265-A:2-Driving While Intoxicated
RSA 265-A:2  (2012) 265-A:2  Driving or Operating Under Influence of Drugs or Liquor; Driving or Operating With Excess Alcohol Concentration.   
 
I. No person shall drive or attempt to drive a vehicle upon any way or operate or attempt to operate an OHRV:
(a) While such person is under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any controlled drug or any combination of intoxicating liquor and controlled drugs; or   
(b)
 While such person has an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or more or in the case of a person under the age of 21,0.02 or more.
II. No person shall operate or attempt to operate a boat while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled drug or any combination of intoxicating liquor and a controlled drug or drugs, or while such person has an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or more orin the case of persons under the age of 21, 0.02 or more. 
 

If you have been accused by the police in New Hampshire of “Driving under the Influence of a Controlled Drug”, “Driving under the Influence of Alcohol and/or a Controlled Drug”,  possession of marijuana, or the transportation of marijuana please feel free to call my office  @ 603.893.0074 (24/7) to schedule a free consultation and initial case evaluation.

Have a Safe Weekend,

Attorney Mark Stevens

5 Manor Pkwy. Salem, NH 03079
tel. 603.893.0261 
www.byebyedwi.com

Salem, NH DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens on The Friends of Kevin Radio Show

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Why You Should Save Mark Stevens Phone# in Your Contacts NOW

Arrests and indictments for economy-inspired crimes like shoplifting, willful concealment, robbery, burglary, larceny and other theft crimes are rising throughout New Hampshire.

If you have been arrested for shoplifting, willful concealment or any other theft crime in New Hampshire, or if someone wants to “ask you some questions”,”talk to you” or “have you come down to make out a statement”, call 1-603-893-0074 for a free initial consultation and case evaluation.

If a store detective, loss prevention employee or a police officer tries to question you regarding a shoplifting case, it is wise to contact a criminal defense lawyer before answering any questions or signing any statements. The stakes are high when you are faced with a shoplifting or other theft charge. The penalties for shoplifting, including the level of offense, depend on what the store and the cops claim the value of the goods were and what they can prove they were in court.

Here’s a copy of the Laws in New Hampshire about SHOPLIFTING:

New Hampshire Shoplifting Laws
RSA 644:17 (2008)
644:17 Willful Concealment and Shoplifting.
I. A person is guilty of willful concealment if, without authority, he willfully conceals the goods or merchandise of any store while still upon the premises of such store. Goods or merchandise found concealed upon the person shall be prima facie evidence of willful concealment.
II. A person is guilty of shoplifting if, with the purpose of depriving a merchant of goods or merchandise, he knowingly:
(a) Removes goods or merchandise from the premises of a merchant; or
(b) Alters, transfers, or removes any price marking affixed to goods or merchandise; or
(c) Causes the cash register or other sales recording device to reflect less than the merchant’s stated or advertised price for the goods or merchandise; or
(d) Transfers goods or merchandise from the container in which such goods or merchandise were intended to be sold to another container.
III. As used in this section:
(a) “Merchant” means the owner or operator of any place of business where merchandise is displayed, held, or stored, for sale to the public, or any agent or employee of such owner or operator.
(b) “Purpose to deprive” means to have the conscious object to appropriate the goods or merchandise of a merchant without paying the merchant’s stated or advertised price.
IV. Willful concealment shall be a misdemeanor. The penalty for shoplifting shall depend on the value of the property, as provided in RSA 637:11. As used in this section, “value” shall be determined in accordance with RSA 637:2, V.

**REMEMBER**

  • You do not need to give any loss prevention, store, or mall security your identification.
  • Do not let security or loss preventions departments take your photo, they are not the police.
  • Try and make sure you have some bail money on you, be polite, and do not resist the police.
  • Then call me right away, after you’ve been released (24/7) 1.603.893.0074

Call today for a free initial consultation:

Mark Stevens
Law Offices of Mark Stevens
5 Manor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079
603-893-0074

 

Have a Safe & Pepper-Spray-Free Holiday Weekend!

The Law Offices of Mark Stevens

 

Happy Turkey Day! Salem, NH DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens 603.893.0074

 

We would like to wish everyone and their families a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday!  Please have a safe holiday. Remember, if you are traveling with loved ones this weekend make sure you  are prepared in advance by following a few simple safe driver tips.

Happy Thanksgiving

From

    The Law Office of Mark Stevens

 

Being Prepared for Holiday Travel:

  1. Check your tail and brake lights before leaving.
  2. Make sure your registration and license are easily accessible.
  3.  ****Make sure you have “Mark Stevens” added & saved to your address book in your contacts in case of an emergency***  1.603.893.0074 (24/7)
  4. Don’t text & drive (general reminder)
  5. With lots of holiday travelers on the road, stay alert. (Especially after a big turkey dinner!!

Arrested for DWI in New Hampshire?  Follow this Call to Action!

A Call to Action:

Have you or a loved one been arrested? If you have, you’ve probably just endured the worst day of your life. Your anxiety level is probably the highest it has ever been. It is important right now that you promptly take steps to protect your rights.

The Law Offices of Mark Stevens represents people accused of DWI and other crimes. Call right now for a free initial consultation at 603-893-0074. In New Hampshire call 1-800-DWI-LAWS. We look forward to speaking with you.

*POLL: Broken IPAD 2 = Sushi Plate?? *

Dear Apple,

My IPAD 2 broke 2 weeks ago. I did not drop it, smash it, lose it, or drop it in a toilet.  Simply put: It only works when plugged in. Despite the purchase of my Apple Care plan, neither the Apple Store nor Apple themselves will fix it!  At first they agreed to order the “part” I may need for my sealed IOS device, yet due to the Apple’s ‘run-around’ they have now offered  me a FULL refund of my Apple Care plan…  I wonder why my Apple Care plan doesn’t cover replacements?

I want YOUR ideas on what I should use my broken IPAD for besides a Sushi Plate!

Take this New Poll and Tell Me What You Would Do with a Broken IPAD 2…

Arrested at Bike Week in Laconia? Laconia Motorcycle Rally Week 89th Anniversary June 9th – June 17th 2012

Arrested in Laconia?

LACONIA BIKE WEEK 2012

LACONIA’S 89th BIKE WEEK: America’s Oldest and Original Riding Rally. As Laconia kicks off the 89th anniversary of Laconia Bike Week, riders from around the country rev up their engines to take part in the action. Laconia Motorcycle Week represents 1 of 4 (original) Motorcycle Rally Weeks in the country. America’s oldest and original Riding Rally’s are the pinnacle of a culture shared among motorcycle enthusiasts across the globe. Motorcycle Rally Weeks, otherwise known as “Bike Week” brings thousands upon thousands of bikers from all over the world to join in the culture, festivities, races, and celebrate “riding” on a whole other level. Experienced riders know that with bike week comes police. Those who aren’t as familiar should be forewarned about the saturation of police throughout the entire state of NH, and Laconia is no exception. Preparing yourself in advance is key. Practice producing your license and registration in the event you are questioned by the cops. Those are just a few things you can do to be ready and if the cops want to ask you questions. If you’ve been hassled by the cops in New Hampshire or ARRESTED AT BIKE WEEK for DWI, DUI, OUI, or BWI (Boating while Intoxicated), call Salem, NH DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens at 1-603-893-0074 (24/7). Don’t wait- schedule your Free Consultation and Case Evaluation and “Lawyer Up!”


Mark Stevens

5 Manor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079
1-603-893-0074

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