LAWYER UP! on WSMN am1590 FRIDAY MORNINGS with NH DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens

#LawyerUP Radio Friday Morning with Mark Stevens on WSMN AM1590 10:00 – 11:00 am

Call to Action:

Attorney Mark Stevens is available 24/7 @ 603.893.0074 or 603.893.0261 -If you have been accused of a crime in New Hampshire or charged with a DWI-DUI-OUI call Attorney Stevens @ 603-893-0074 (24/7) right now to set up your free consultation and initial case evaluation. Don’t wait, call DWI Defense Attorney Mark Stevens and Lawyer UP! today.

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Salem, NH Criminal Defense and DWI Attorney Mark Stevens

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day from New Hampshire DWI Defense Lawyer Mark Stevens

St. Patrick’s Day is an annual Irish-American celebration full of traditions such as green beer, lucky clovers, and who knows maybe even a pot-o-gold, if you’re a leprechaun that is. If you’re like the rest of us though, you may not be as lucky as a leprechaun while out enjoying your St. Patty’s Day festivities, especially if the cops pull you over and want to ask you questions.

Remember you don’t have to talk to the cops! Don’t let the police squash your fun-filled festivities during a roadside interrogation. After you’ve provided them with your license and registration you have the right to a lawyer and the right to remain silent. It may not be wise to answer their questions about your alcohol consumption &/or drug or prescription drug use. Don’t give them a chance to hassle you. Lawyer up and Shut up!

If you have been hassled by the police or interrogated roadside, call NH Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Stevens (24/7) 603-893-0074. Call to schedule your free consultation and initial case evaluation. Or visit us at NHcrime.com to fill out a consultation request form.

If you get arrested feel free to call me at any time. I look forward to speaking with you. You can also plug my number into your cell phone contacts right now in case you are hassled (24/7) 603.893.0074 or 603.893.0261.

As always, please celebrate responsibly!

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NH Criminal Defense and DWI Attorney Mark Stevens
Law Offices of Mark Stevens
5 Manor Pkwy. Salem, NH 03079
603-893-0074 (247) or 603-893-0261 (24/7)

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Happy Turkey Day! Salem, NH DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens 603.893.0074

 

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 (general reminder)
  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.

Happy Memorial Day Weekend! Salem, New Hampshire DWI Attorney Mark Stevens 1-603-893-0074

Be Prepared this Weekend, the chances of being pulled over are higher than usual! The New Hampshire and Massachusetts State Police are vigilantly working to keep aggressive, drunk, and unsafe drivers off the road. Friday May 25th- Monday May 28th  the State Police from NH and MA will use every method available including sobriety checkpoints/DWI Roadblocks, courtesy and speeding detail patrol units, aircraft radar control, and marked and unmarked vehicles. MA and NH State Police have extra-large quantities of State Police on duty this weekend to keep roads safer and fatality rates down.

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.

PREPARATION FOR THIS WORST CASE SCENARIO – It is not a bad idea to prepare for this event. Have your license and registration in an easy place to find and an easy place to quickly and effortlessly produce upon demand. Don’t put your license in a difficult spot to pull it out quickly when you need to. Practice taking your license out of your wallet in the safety of your home. CONSIDER GETTING A REGISTRATION HOLDER TO KEEP YOUR VEHICLE REGISTRATION IN. If you do not have one send me an e-mail with your mailing address and I will send you a registration holder for every one of your vehicles free of charge. Then practice producing your license and registration fairly often. It will make it easier if you have to produce them under a pressurized situation.

Have a Safe Memorial Day Weekend,
New Hampshire DWI Attorney Mark Stevens
 Law Office of Mark Stevens
5 Manor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079
info@byebyedwi.com
www.byebyedwi.com

Arrested 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.

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