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Are you facing a DUI, DWI , aggravated DWI, “minor in possession”, “unlawful intoxication by a minor” “reckless driving” or other criminal charges in a New Hampshire District Court or Superior Court?  Call Attorney Mark Stevens today at 1-603-893-0074 for a free consultation. New Hampshire DWI laws, penalties and case examples. New Hampshire aggravated DWI laws.

You’ve probably heard the term “guilt by association.” But, under New Hampshire’s aggravated DWI law there is “guilt by cooperation”, meaning that if you cooperate and blow into the breath test machine when the officer requests it, you can end up in jail.

If you have been arrested for DWI, DUI, OUI or BWI in New Hampshire, call for your free initial consultation and case evaluation for your DWI, DUI, OUI or boating while intoxicated case:

Mark Stevens

Mark Stevens


5 Manor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079
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Wishing Everyone a Merry Christmas from The Law Office of Mark Stevens

Wishing everyone a happy holiday and very Merry Christmas from Salem, New Hampshire DUI defense attorney Mark Stevens.  If you are just one of the many people traveling to see family and friends during the holidays, remember the tips in this video to avoid unwanted encounters with the police.

 Tips for Avoiding Unwanted Police Contacts

Watch this video for some precautionary tips to help you avoid unnecessary hassles from the cops over the holidays

If you do come across a less-than cheerful  run-in with the cops this holiday season remember to contact Salem, NH criminal defense attorney Mark Stevens as soon as possible (or roadside) for a free consultation and initial case evaluation (24/7)603.893.0074 or feel free to visit the sites listed below for more information.

We look forward to speaking with you.   Have a safe and joyful Christmas full of cheery bright spirits.

Merry Christmas from everyone at The Law Office of Mark Stevens

 

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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!

 

Law of the Day: Burglary

Law of the Day:  Burglary 

RSA 635:1  (2010)

635:1  Burglary.

I. A person is guilty of burglary if he enters a building or occupied structure, or separately secured or occupied section thereof, with purpose to commit a crime therein, unless the premises are at the time open to the public or the actor is licensed or privileged to enter. It is an affirmative defense to prosecution for burglary that the building or structure was abandoned.

II. Burglary is a class B felony unless it is perpetrated in the dwelling of another at night, or if, in the commission of the offense, attempt at commission or in flight immediately after attempt or commission, the actor is armed with a deadly weapon or explosives or he purposely, knowingly or recklessly inflicts bodily injury on anyone; in which case it is a class A felony; except that if the person is armed with a deadly weapon and the deadly weapon is a firearm, he shall be sentenced in accordance with RSA 651:2, II-g.

III. “Occupied structure” shall mean any structure, vehicle, boat or place adapted for overnight accommodation of persons, or for carrying on business therein, whether or not a person is actually present. “Night” shall mean the period between 30 minutes past sunset and 30 minutes before sunrise.

IV. A person may not be convicted both for burglary and for the offense which it was his purpose to commit after the burglarious entry or for an attempt to commit that offense, unless the additional offense constitutes a class A felony.

V. A person is guilty of a misdemeanor if he makes or mends, or begins to make or mend, or knowingly has in his possession, an engine, machine, tool, or implement adapted and designed for cutting through, forcing or breaking open a building, room, vault, safe, or other depository, in order to steal therefrom money or other property, or to commit any other crime, knowing the same to be adapted and designed for the purpose aforesaid, with intent to use or employ or allow the same to be used or employed for such purpose.

 

Arrested for DWI in New Hampshire?

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 or visit us online for more information and case examples at www.byebyedwi.com. We look forward to speaking with you.

St. Patrick’s Day Tips

 

HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY!

New Hampshire DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens 1-603-893-0074

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 Please celebrate responsibly!  It sounds as though there will be a higher than usual number of cops on the roads this St. Patrick’s Day, so be careful.  The police are clamoring to make a lot of arrests Saturday night as they have targeted this Irish-American day of celebration to clamp down on motorists. The half-million dollar DWI bus is at the Park and Ride in Epping waiting for people to be arrested.

Make sure your lights, including your plate lights and brake lights, are working and that your license and registration are up to date before you drive Saturday night; the cops will be looking for excuses to pull over vehicles on St. Patrick’s Day so don’t give them a reason to stop you!  There will be 27 extra patrol units on Rockingham County roads Saturday night.  Like in the case of DWI roadblocks, there usually are not enough drunk drivers on the road to keep them all busy, so there will likely be a lot of other arrests, like operating after license suspension, possession of marijuana, and other victimless crimes and violations.  Don’t give them a chance to hassle you.

The police sometimes arrest people for drug impairment if they can’t smell alcohol or if the driver passes the breath test.  Once a driver passes a breath test, a whole extra gauntlet of aerobics are performed by the police on the driver to “detect drug impairment”.  If they’re told to find so

me drug impaired drivers they will probably find some. 

It may be unwise for you to answer a cop’s questions about medications.  If he is asking you about prescription medications he has probably already decided to arrest you; he is now enlisting YOUR help in convicting yourself through admissions about prescription medication use.  Remember, once you have provided your license and registration and identified yourself , you do not need to answer questions during a roadside interrogation.  You have the right to a lawyer and the right to remain silent when the police try to question you about prescription drug use. 

 

You can plug my number into your contacts right now on your cell phone for when you are hassled:  

1-603-893-0074

If you get arrested feel free to call me at any time. I look forward to speaking with you.


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Superbowl Driving Tips by New Hampshire DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens

Good Luck to the Patriots this weekend from the Law Office of Mark Stevens!  We’d like to wish the New England Patriots much success at the Superbowl this weekend, and for everyone celebrating a safe and successful Superbowl Sunday!

Have a great Superbowl Weekend and don’t forget-  if you go out to watch the Super Bowl, the cops will be everywhere on your way home. They will be looking for an excuse to stop your vehicle. Don’t give them a reason to stop you!  Watch this new YouTube video for helpful hints that may help avoid unwanted police contacts after the Patriots win the Super Bowl. New Hampshire DWI laws. 

 

If you do get stopped by the police this weekend, please feel free to call me today at 1-603-893-0074 for a free initial consultation to discuss your rights and next steps. New Hampshire DWI laws and New Hampshire DWI penalties are tough. If you decide to blow into the breath gadget at the police station you can actually go to jail if the number on the breath gadget is high enough! Choose carefully what to do.
 

If you have been arrested for DWI in New Hampshire, please feel free to call me today. I look forward to speaking with you!

Attorney Mark Stevens

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

 

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Super Bowl Driving Tips by New Hampshire DWI Defense Lawyer Mark Stevens

New Hampshire DWI laws. Congratulations to the New England Patriots for the AFC Championship! Remember if you go out to watch the Super Bowl that the cops will be everywhere on your way home. They will be looking for an excuse to stop your vehicle. Don’t give them a cheap shot at stopping you! Watch this new YouTube video with some helpful hints that may help avoid unwanted police contacts after the Patriots win the Super Bowl.

If you ignore these tips and get arrested any way, please feel free to call me today at 1-603-893-0074 for a free initial consultation to discuss your rights and next steps. New Hampshire DWI laws and New Hampshire DWI penalties are tough. If you decide to blow into the breath gadget at the police station you can actually go to jail if the number on the breath gadget is high enough ! Choose carefully what to do.

If you have been arrested for DWI in New Hampshire, please feel free to call me today! I look forward to speaking with you.

Attorney Mark Stevens

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

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NH Lawmaker Wants to Force Prisoners to Eat Their Veggies!

A New Hampshire state legislator recently proposed a  bill  that involves forcing N.H. state prisoners onto strictly vegetarian diets except for holidays and Sunday’s.  “Meat only on holidays,” says the N.H. State Rep.  He claims this bill would end up saving NH taxpayers over $7 million annually.  However,  according to estimates by legislative staff, requiring state prisoners to become Vegan could actually increase food costs by an average  of $700,000 per year over the next four years for the Department of Corrections if passed.  The N.H. lawmaker argues that these are just “numbers.”  

Is it “right” to make all state prisoners vegetarians as a cost-cutting mechanism?    Take our poll and let us know what you think about this bill!  

***Beware Tonight: The Police in New Hampshire Are Looking for Drivers to Arrest Tonight***

Beware Tonight!!!

The New Hampshire State Police will be out in full force this evening looking for all signs of drunk drivers and “drugged drivers”. They are specifically looking for “drug impairment”.  There will be at least 6 extra police officers on duty tonight; including two officers specially trained in “drug-recognition” and they have teamed up with the Goffstown and Bedford Police.

SO:

If you find yourself stopped by the police and they ask you questions about drinking, answer wisely.  If the police ask you if you take any controlled drugs, prescription medications or medicines BE CAREFUL how you answer their question.  Once they have asked you if you take medications they think you are intoxicated.  If you answer “yes” and describe the medications you take you are helping the police to convict you at a later date.  Always answer police questions carefully.  If they ask you about drinking or drugs you are probably about to get arrested.  If an officer tells you he is a “drug recognition expert” and asks you to follow his pen or finger with his eyes, you are about to get arrested.  All the steps he takes after that, taking your pulse, asking you questions, taking your blood pressure and other things they try to make you do are all designed to incriminate you.  You cannot be forced to do any of these roadside acrobatics. 

If the police think you are drunk when they stop you, but they don’t smell alcohol, they will assume you are on drugs.  And remember, Field sobriety tests are designed to trick you and for you to fail; breath tests are designed to incriminate or incarcerate you.  If you blow a .16 or higher, even on a first in a lifetime offense, in New Hampshire you would face an “aggravated DWI charge” just because you cooperated and blew into their breath testing hose!

Here is a video regarding New Hampshire marijuana laws:
 
 
 
 

 If you been accused of driving under the influence (“DUI/DWI”) of marijuana or other “controlled drug” in New Hampshire?  If you have been, you face the same potential consequences as a driver who is accused of driving under the influence of alcohol in New Hampshire courts.  Even the simple possession of marijuana is still a crime under New Hampshire laws.  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”, “possession of c/d”or transportation of marijuana, feel free to call my office today at 603-893-0074 to arrange a free consultation to discuss your case.

 
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I look forward to speaking with you about your case.
 
 Mark Stevens; New Hampshire DUI Attorney
5 Manor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079
tel: 1-603-893-0074
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