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

If you have been accused of reckless driving in New Hampshire call The Law Offices of Attorney Mark Stevens to discuss your case.  Mark Stevens is a DWI and Criminal Defense Lawyer.  He is admitted to practice in all New Hampshire and Massachusetts state Courts. If you would like to discuss your pending case or have questions about a reckless driving charge call Mark Stevens (24/7) to set up a free consultation and initial case evaluation @ 603-893-0074 or 603.893.0261. To request a consultation online, visit us at  NHCrime.com  and fill out the confidential consultation request form at the bottom of the page. We look forward to speaking with you.

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Guilty Upon Cooperation? Blowing Into the Breath Test Hose Can Get You Convicted, Whether You’re Drunk or Sober by Mark Stevens 603-893-0074

Guilty if You Cooperate? Blowing Into the Breath Test Hose Can Get You Convicted, Whether You’re Drunk or Sober by Mark Stevens 603-893-0074

New Hampshire has some heavy-duty consequences if convicted of some DWI laws that prohibit you from driving while intoxicated. No one encourages any one to drive drunk, so a law that prohibits drunk driving makes sense. But that’s only half of the law. The law includes a “per se” provision that prohibits people from driving with a breath or blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher, or a .02 or higher if the driver is under 21. The .08 and the .02 numbers have absolutely nothing to do with whether the driver is drunk or not; in fact that’s why the numbers were created, to make it easy for the state to prosecute people whether they’re drunk or not. Few drivers under the age of 21 are drunk at a .02 level, not even close. It’s just an arbitrary number with origins in politics, not science.

Upon arrest for DWI, the driver is faced with a difficult decision: whether to blow into an old box, placing his faith, freedom and right to drive in the accuracy of an old box with a rubber hose attached to it. Or,  the driver could refuse and face a potential license suspension. If the driver asks the police officer any questions about this choice, the police are trained to say that they can’t help.  Instead, tell them you want to speak with your lawyer, and call Attorney Mark Stevens 24/7.

Call Mark Stevens, he can help and will know what to do. Call Salem, NH Attorney Mark Stevens 24/7 @ 603.893.0074.

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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!


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.

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Honoring our Veterans -from Salem, New Hampshire Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Stevens

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Listen Friday May 17th with Salem, NH Criminal Defense Lawyer and Leading Maine OUI Attorney John Webb on WSMN AM 1590

http://www.byebyedwi.com Listen to, download, or tune in live next week with  Salem, NH Criminal Defense Lawyer and Leading Maine OUI Attorney John Webb Friday 5/17/13 on WSMN AM1590 Nashua’s News and Talk Radio.

Maine OUI Attorney John Webb and NH DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens discuss the possibilities of the government lowering the blood alcohol content from .08 to .05. Later- joined by @cbuliung,  Attorney Stevens and @cbuliung discuss the notorious Jodi Anne Arias and OJ Simpson phenomenon.

Listen to Mark Stevens every Friday from 10am-11am on AM1590 WSMN Nashua News and Talk!  If you can’t tune in live don’t forget to subscribe to Mark Stevens Podcast in the iTunes store (or right here) to get all the latest episodes.

Don’t Tell the Cops What You Do for Work

New Hampshire DWI Lawyer .  If you have been stopped by the police in New Hampshire, and they suspect you of drunk driving, you will be asked to step out of your vehicle for a series of “field sobriety tests”, a set of three of more sidewalk gymnastics that are designed for you to fail.  New fairly new trick question that police have added to their arsenal of legal weapons to use against you is a question about your employment.

The cops ask the question, “So what do you do for work?”.  This seems like an innocent question, right?  It’s not.  You may ask, “what does this have to do with whether or not I’m drunk?”.  Here’s how the cops use your answer to this seemingly innocuous question against you in New Hampshire courts.

When you tell the cop what you do for work, especially if it is any type of physically demanding work, manual labor, or any job that requires you to stand or walk normally, they will write your occupation into the police report about your New Hampshire DWI arrest .  In court they will say that since you do “x, y or z” for a living that they established that you could balance yourself normally.  You do not have to answer this or any other pre-arrest questioning about your employment.  If the cop asks you questions about your employment at any time during your field sobriety tests, or just before or after these roadside acrobatics, he is about to arrest you for DWI.  It is just one more trick to take away your driver’s license.  Think before you answer, and ask to speak to an attorney right away.  Call me, Attorney Mark Stevens at 1-603-893-0074 right away.  Here is a short video about your right to remain silent:

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