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.



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Attorney, Law Office of Mark Stevens
Tel: (603) 893-0074 | Fax: (603) 893-5022
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NH LAW OF THE DAY: Reckless Driving

 LAW OF THE DAY: Reckless Driving 

Here’s the law on “Reckless Driving” in New Hampshire:

TITLE XXI  Motor Vehicles
CHAPTER 265  Rules of the Road – Serious Traffic Offenses
RSA 265:79  (2012)

265:79  Reckless Driving; Minimum Penalty.

Whoever upon any way drives a vehicle recklessly, or causes a vehicle to be driven recklessly, as defined in RSA 626:2, II(c)*, or so that the lives or safety of the public shall be endangered, or upon a bet, wager, or race, or who drives a vehicle for the purpose of making a record, and thereby violates any of the provisions of this title or any rules adopted by the director, shall be, notwithstanding the provisions of title LXII, guilty of a violation and fined not less than $500 for the first offense and $750 for the second offense nor more than $1,000 and his or her license shall be revoked for a period of 60 days for the first offense and from 60 days to one year for the second offense.

* RSA 626:2 II (c) General Requirements of Culpability: “Recklessly” is denied as follows:

“Recklessly”.  A person acts recklessly with respect to a material element of an offense when he is aware of and consciously disregards a substantial and unjustifiable risk that the material element exists or will result from his conduct.  The risk must be of such a nature and degree that considering the circumstances known to him, its disregard constitutes a gross deviation from the conduct that a law-abiding person would observe in such a situation.  A person who creates such a risk but is unaware thereof solely by reason of having voluntarily engaged in intoxication or hypnosis also acts recklessly with regard thereto.


Reckless Driving in New Hampshire by Attorney Mark Stevens 603.893.0074 (24/7)

 Reckless Driving charges in New Hampshire can have harsh penalties.   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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DWI Roadblock Onslaught Continues

Watch out Portsmouth and  Seacoast Communities!  The onslaught of Sobriety Checkpoints and DWI Roadblocks aren’t slowing down yet.  N.H. State Police are teaming up with the Portsmouth police department this weekend to conduct Roadblocks and Sobriety Checkpoints at “unspecified locations.”  State police hope bar patrons will use designated drivers, cabs, or call a friend instead of drinking and driving.  

 New Hampshire DWI lawyer Mark Stevens explains your Miranda rights in their most basic terms: lawyer up and shut up. When the cops want to talk to you, call New Hampshire Attorney Mark Stevens at 1-603-893-0074. If you are facing a charge under New Hampshire DWI/DUI laws, it is important to talk to your DWI defense lawyer BEFORE you talk to the cops.

If you get arrested for DWI, or any other crime after being stopped in the Portsmouth roadblocks this weekend, call Attorney Mark Stevens right away at 1-603-893-0074 for your free DWI consultation!



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