#LawyerUp Radio with Salem, NH DUI Lawyer Mark Stevens

Catch up on the latest episode of #LawyerUp Radio with NH DWI Attorney Mark Stevens or download podcast episodes in the iTunes Podcast app

 

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!

http://www.byebyedwi.com

 

Mark Stevens, Criminal Defense Attorney, Law Office of Mark Stevens
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#LawyerUp Radio with NH DWI Attorney Mark Stevens

New Podcast by Salem, New Hampshire DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens

 

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 or schedule online @

www.NHCrime.com

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

Just a quick reminder from Attorney Mark Stevens, NH DWI Lawyer

New Hampshire Circuit Courts are Closed Tomorrow

Tomorrow January 18th, 2016 is Martin Luther King Jr. Day and as a result the New Hampshire Circuit Courts will be closed, call me if you have any questions regarding your case or to set up a free consultation.

The Law Offices of Mark Stevens represents those facing DWI-DUI, OUI, minor in possession, reckless driving, and all other criminal charges. Visit www.ByeByeDWI.com for case examples or NHDWILaws.com for more information regarding dwi laws and dwi penalties in New Hampshire.

 

Attorney Mark Stevens is admitted to practice in all state courts in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. (24/7) @ 603.893.0074 or visit NHCrime.com to set up your consultaiton online. We look forward to speaking with you.

 

If you have been arrested for DWI or aggravated DWI in New Hampshire please feel free to call me today for a free consultation. Attorney Mark Stevens 1-603-893-0074.

Mark Stevens
5 Manor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079
Tel: 603-893-0074 (24/7)

For more information on Circuit Court closings in New Hampshire visit:
http://www.courts.state.nh.us/sitewidelinks/court_holidays.htm

New Episode of #LawyerUp Radio with New Hampshire DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens

#LawyerUp with Attorney Mark Stevens on WSMN 1590 am Nashua, New Hampshire’s News and Talk Radio

Check out this weeks episode of Lawyer UP Radio LIVE with Salem, NH Criminal Defense and DUI Attorney Mark Stevens (24/7) 603.893.0074 and don’t forget you can join Defense Attorney Mark Stevens Friday Mornings @ 10AM on #LawyerUpRadio at WSMN am 1590 or via the Tune in Radio app!

Download new episodes here or check out Attorney Mark Stevens on iTunes
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CALL TO ACTION:

**REMEMBER**
Call me right away after you are released (24/7) 1.603.893.0074

Call today for a free initial consultation:
DWI & Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Stevens

Law Offices of Mark Stevens
5 Manor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079
603-893-0074 (24/7)

Mark Stevens, Criminal Defense Attorney

Law Office of Mark Stevens

Tel: (603) 893-0074 | Fax: (603) 893-5022
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#LawyerUp Radio with Attorney Mark Stevens

New Podcast with Salem, NH DWI and Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Stevens. Tune in every Friday from 10-11am on WSMN am 1590 Nashua’s News and Talk Radio Station- or find us in Podcasts on  iTunes.

 

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!

http://www.byebyedwi.com

 

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

 

NH Law of the Day: Shopflifting

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

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.

If you have been arrested for shoplifting, willful concealment or any other theft crime in New Hampshire or Massachusetts, or if someone wants to “ask you some questions”“talk to you”, or “have you come down to make out a statement”, call Mark Stevens @ 1-603-893-0074 (24/7) for a free initial consultation and case evaluation.

 

**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.

Criminal Defense & DUI-DWI Attorney Mark Stevens
Law Offices of Mark Stevens
5 Manor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079
603-893-0074

Happy Thanksgiving from The Law Office of Mark Stevens

 

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- they are looking for distracted drivers!

  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.

DWI Defense LawyerCall DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens for a FREE Consultation and Initial Case Evaluation (24/7!) at  1.603.893.0074. We look forward to speaking with you.

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#LawyerUpRadio with Attorney Mark Stevens NH DUI Lawyer on WSMN am 1590

Join Salem, NH Criminal Defense and DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens on WSMN am 1590 every Friday morning from 10am-11am. Can’t listen live? Subscribe to Attorney Stevens Podcast channel and get all the latest episodes directly downloaded to your device as they become available. 

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In Honor of Veterans Day All NH Courts Closed Today

Thank You For Serving Our Country

New Hampshire Law of the Day: Disorderly Conduct

New Hampshire Law of the Day:

DISORDERLY CONDUCT

In honor of the upcoming Pumpkin Festival festivities and in lieu of the 2014 P-Fest Riots, it seemed only appropriate to share this Law of the Day on New Hampshire’s Criminal Law regarding Disorderly Conduct.

TITLE LXII
CRIMINAL CODE

CHAPTER 644
BREACHES OF THE PEACE AND RELATED OFFENSES

Section 644:2

644:2 Disorderly Conduct. – A person is guilty of disorderly conduct if:
I. He knowingly or purposely creates a condition which is hazardous to himself or another in a public place by any action which serves no legitimate purpose; or
II. He or she:
(a) Engages in fighting or in violent, tumultuous or threatening behavior in a public place; or
(b) Directs at another person in a public place obscene, derisive, or offensive words which are likely to provoke a violent reaction on the part of an ordinary person; or
(c) Obstructs vehicular or pedestrian traffic on any public street or sidewalk or the entrance to any public building; or
(d) Engages in conduct in a public place which substantially interferes with a criminal investigation, a firefighting operation to which RSA 154:17 is applicable, the provision of emergency medical treatment, or the provision of other emergency services when traffic or pedestrian management is required; or
(e) Knowingly refuses to comply with a lawful order of a peace officer to move from or remain away from any public place; or
III. He purposely causes a breach of the peace, public inconvenience, annoyance or alarm, or recklessly creates a risk thereof, by:
(a) Making loud or unreasonable noises in a public place, or making loud or unreasonable noises in a private place which can be heard in a public place or other private places, which noises would disturb a person of average sensibilities; or
(b) Disrupting the orderly conduct of business in any public or governmental facility; or
(c) Disrupting any lawful assembly or meeting of persons without lawful authority.
III-a. When noise under subparagraph III(a) is emanating from a vehicle’s sound system or any portable sound system located within a vehicle, a law enforcement officer shall be considered a person of average sensibilities for purposes of determining whether the volume of such noise constitutes a breach of the peace, public inconvenience, annoyance, or alarm, and the officer may take enforcement action to abate such noise upon detecting the noise, or upon receiving a complaint from another person.
IV. (a) Whenever a peace officer has probable cause to believe that a serious threat to the public health or safety is created by a flood, storm, fire, earthquake, explosion, riot, ongoing criminal activity that poses a risk of bodily injury, or other disaster, the officer may close the area where the threat exists and the adjacent area necessary to control the threat or to prevent its spread, for the duration of the threat, until related law enforcement, fire, and emergency medical service operations are complete, by means of ropes, markers, uniformed emergency service personnel, or any other reasonable means, to any persons not authorized by a peace officer or emergency services personnel to enter or remain within the closed area.
(b) Peace officers may close the immediate area surrounding any emergency field command post activated for the purpose of abating any threat enumerated in this paragraph to any unauthorized persons, whether or not the field command post is located near the source of the threat.
(c) Any unauthorized person who knowingly enters an area closed pursuant to this paragraph or who knowingly remains within the area after receiving a lawful order from a peace officer to leave shall be guilty of disorderly conduct.
V. In this section:
(a) “Lawful order” means:
(1) A command issued to any person for the purpose of preventing said person from committing any offense set forth in this section, or in any section of Title LXII or Title XXI, when the officer has reasonable grounds to believe that said person is about to commit any such offense, or when said person is engaged in a course of conduct which makes his commission of such an offense imminent;
(2) A command issued to any person to stop him from continuing to commit any offense set forth in this section, or in any section of Title LXII or Title XXI, when the officer has reasonable grounds to believe that said person is presently engaged in conduct which constitutes any such offense; or
(3) A command not to enter or a command to leave an area closed pursuant to paragraph IV, provided that a person may not lawfully be ordered to leave his or her own home or business.
(b) “Public place” means any place to which the public or a substantial group has access. The term includes, but is not limited to, public ways, sidewalks, schools, hospitals, government offices or facilities, and the lobbies or hallways of apartment buildings, dormitories, hotels or motels.
VI. Disorderly conduct is a misdemeanor if the offense continues after a request by any person to desist; otherwise, it is a violation.
Source. 1971, 518:1. 1983, 200:1. 1985, 309:1. 2005, 192:1, 2, eff. June 30, 2005; 260:2, 3, eff. July 22, 2005.
(http://gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/LXII/644/644-2.htm)

Attorney Mark Stevens
N.H. and M.A. Criminal Defense Attorney
603-893-0074 (24/7)
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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 603-893-0074 today!

http://www.byebyedwi.com

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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