Happy New Year’s 2017 from NH DWI Attorney Mark Stevens 603-893-0074 (24/7)

Happy New Year’s Everyone!

 

Please drive safely. Please don’t drive drunk or buzzed tonight. Find a sober driver, get a Lyft, Uber your way home, or call a cab. If you ignore this advice and get arrested for DWI, call me tonight or today at 1-603-893-0074 (24/7 and roadside). Try to avoid unwanted police contact tonight by checking your lights including your plate lights before heading out. Also remember to have your driver’s license with you while driving. If you have active arrest warrants out, you should avoid driving. Any type of equipment violation will get you stopped because it’s New Year’s Eve. If you do run into any weekend arrests or issues with the police feel free to call at any time. Don’t wait until Tuesday call me at 1-603-893-0074 RIGHT NOW to plan your next steps.

 

Remember that under New Hampshire’s aggravated DWI law that if you cooperate and blow into the breath test machine when the officer requests it, you can end up in jail. The best way to avoid getting arrested for DWI or any other crime is not to commit it. But many people who get accused of crimes did not commit them. If you practice the above tips you can take some proactive steps to minimize your chances of being stopped and hassled by the police. Call me 24/7 or visit NHCrime.com to schedule your free consultation and initial case evaluation online right now.

 

If you are facing a DUI, DWI , aggravated DWI, “minor in possession”, “unlawful intoxication by a minor” “transportation of alcohol”, “conduct after an accident” (that means “leaving the scene of an accident”), “reckless driving”, ”simple assault” or any other motor vehicle violation or criminal charges in a New Hampshire District Court or Superior Court, call Attorney Mark Stevens today at 603-893-0074 for a free initial consultation.

 

 

Mark Stevens, Criminal Defense

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

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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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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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DWI Checkpoints: Labor Day Weekend by NH DWI Defense Lawyer Mark Stevens 603.893.0074 (24/7 & road-side)

This Labor Day holiday weekend traveling will be busy and could be potentially brutal for unexpected travelers. AAA estimates that about 29 million people are planning to hit the roads this Labor Day Weekend and heading somewhere… and so are the police along with increased patrols and plenty of random DUI Roadblocks and Sobriety Checkpoints. New Hampshire has some of the toughest and most aggressive laws in the country to fight an intoxicated driving charge in and the NH State Police are ready to enforce them this weekend!

 

Possible places a Sobriety Checkpoint could cross YOUR path:
  • Franklin, NH (“The Lakes Region”)
  • Walpole, NH (Cheshire County areas)
  • Lancaster, NH (‘North Country’)
  • Seabrook, NH or Portsmouth, NH (highly likely in Seabrook)
  • Plymouth County, Massachusetts (locations undisclosed but will take place on a “public way”)

Please drive safe no matter how far you travel this holiday weekend. Be alert, prepared, and most of all be ready if the cops pull you over or stop your vehicle in a sobriety checkpoint/dui roadblock.  Remember, when the cops want to talk to you, Be a Zero, Zip it!, then Lawyer up and Shut up! If you are facing a DUI-DWI charge in New Hampshire, it is imperative you talk to a DWI-DUI Defense Lawyer BEFORE you talk to the cops or consent to any field sobriety tests!

Have a Safe and Happy Holiday Weekend,

Salem, NH DWI Defense Lawyer Mark Stevens

Law Offices of Mark Stevens
5 Manor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079

To prevent any hassles from a potential road-side situation save this number in your phone NOW

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Busted for DWI at the NH Motor Speedway? Call NH Defense Attorney Mark Stevens and Lawyer Up! 1-603-893-0074 24/7

“Survive the drive. Think before you drink,” and remember if you get hassled by the cops: Don’t Talk! You Might Walk. If the police stop and want to ask you questions this weekend during the races in Loudon, don’t wait, call New Hampshire DWI Defense Lawyer Mark Stevens at 1.603.893.0074 and LAWYER UP today!

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.

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. 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.
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
 
 Mark L. Stevens
“Survive the Drive. Think Before You Drink,” is just one of the many safety slogans major New Hampshire highways and interstates are advertising as part of a campaign with the Governors Highway Safety Association; “The States’ Voice on Highway Safety.”  GHSA represents the state and territorial highway safety offices that implement programs to address behavioral highway safety issues, including: occupant protection, impaired driving, and speeding.”

St. Patrick’s Day Tips

 

HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY!

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

www.byebyedwi.com 

 


 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.


Attorney Mark Stev
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