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Mark Stevens, Top New Hampshire DWI Attorney Lawyer

Mark Stevens, New Hampshire DWI Attorney, 1-800-DIAL-DWI

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There's a reason that New Hampshire DWI Attorney Mark Stevens is a Member of  America's Top DUI & DWI Defense Attorneys TM :

Mark Stevens Wins New Hampshire DWI Cases

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Read New Hampshire DWI Attorney Mark Stevens' Answers About New Hampshire DWI Laws

  • Can I fight my New Hampshire DWI?

Simply speaking, yes. I can review every aspect of the case, from the reason that you were stopped, to the validity of the field sobriety tests, to the maintenance of the breathalyzer machine, to the validity of the results. I will conduct a thorough review of all the facts and laws regarding your New Hampshire DWI case.

Also, I will discuss the case with the prosecutor and judge, pointing out your background, your job, and the need for you to keep your license.

  • Will the law take into account my past good behavior, my career, and the effect a loss of driving privileges will have on my life?

Yes. Because sometimes bad things happen to good people, and I will point these very facts out in order to minimize the problems a New Hampshire DWI might have in your life.

  • Have you won New Hampshire DWI Arrests before?

Yes. Below are some examples of recent successful outcomes of New Hampshire DWI cases. Keep in mind that every case can have a different outcome, so it is by no means a guaranty of any particular result in any other case. It is important that I review the facts of your New Hampshire DWI case and the New Hampshire DWI laws before discussing your possible individual outcomes:

  • CLIENT CRASHES INTO TREE TO AVOID HITTING A DEER
  • BASIC FACTS: Police respond to a call from a cell phone caller who reports a one-car accident on a state highway in Hillsborough County. Trooper responds to scene and finds the defendant’s truck smashed into a tree. The defendant’s truck was totally damaged beyond repair. The defendant explained to the trooper that he swerved to avoid a deer and smashed into the tree. The trooper smelled an odor of alcohol and noticed the defendant was slurring his speech.

  • The defendant was bleeding from the head, nose and mouth from the impact of the crash. The inside of his truck was bloody. The officer then conducted a series of “field sobriety tests” on the defendant. The defendant “failed” a “horizontal gaze nystagmus” (“HGN”) test, a “Romberg” balance test, and a finger counting test. The defendant was ordered to recite the alphabet from the letter “D” through the letter “Q”. The defendant started at “D” but only made it to “E” before quitting the alphabet test.

  • The defendant admitted to drinking one beer.

  • The defendant was arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI) subsequent offense. The defendant refused to submit to any breath test or blood test.

  • DEFENSE: Actual innocence.

  • ALS HEARING RESULT: The state sought a 2-year administrative license suspension (ALS) because the defendant had refused to submit to a breath test for a second DWI offense. After a hearing at the Department of Safety, the defendant’s breath test refusal suspension was rescinded (reversed), because the state had failed to prove the elements of “public way” and “impairment by alcohol”. The defendant’s right to drive was restored pending trial.

  • TRIAL RESULT: The state presented the testimony of the two troopers that investigated the case and who conducted the field sobriety tests. After trial, the defendant was found NOT GUILTY of this DWI charge. He left the courthouse a free man with the right to drive.

  • Attorney Stevens thanks God for this successful defense!

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    CONDUCT AFTER ACCIDENT WITH DWI CHARGE 

    • BASIC FACTS: : Police respond to a call from a residential caller who reports a car ran over his mail box and that the driver did not stop and report it. Police investigation leads them to defendant’s home. They see the defendant’s garage door open and the defendant’s vehicle inside that has damage consistent with the damage caused to the mailbox.

    • The police ask to speak to the defendant, who comes to the door. Police allege that the defendant was extremely intoxicated. The police asked the defendant to submit to field sobriety tests. The defendant refused to submit to any field sobriety tests. The defendant also refused to submit to breath or blood testing because he told police he had been drinking.

    • The defendant was arrested for driving while intoxicated first offense and conduct after an accident.

    • DEFENSE: Time of operation and whether the defendant was impaired by alcohol at the time of operation..

    • ALS HEARING RESULT: The state sought a 180 day administrative license suspension (ALS) because the defendant had refused to submit to a breath test for a DWI offense. After a hearing at the Department of Safety, the defendant’s breath test refusal suspension was rescinded (reversed), because the state had failed to prove the element of “impairment by alcohol” at the time of operation. The defendant’s right to drive was restored pending trial.

    • COURT RESULT: Because the state could not prove what the defendant’s condition was at the time of operation, the DWI complaint and the conduct after accident complaint were both dismissed by the Trial Court.

    • The defendant’s license was not suspended for a single day!

    • Attorney Stevens thanks God for this and all successful defenses!

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  • CLIENT CROSSES YELLOW LINES AND GIVES ANOTHER DRIVER “THE FINGER"
    • Please note-this is an example of the disposition of a recent New Hampshire DWI case. It is by no means a guaranty of any particular result in any other case.

    • BASIC FACTS: Police respond to a complaint from a cell phone caller that the defendant is driving aggressively, cutting people off and “giving the finger” to another motorist. A police officer sees the defendant’s car and follows her. The police officer testifies that the defendant crossed the yellow line several times and “took a wide turn”. He activated his blue lights and stopped the defendant’s car.

    • The police officer then conducted a series of “field sobriety tests” on the defendant. The defendant “failed” a “horizontal gaze nystagmus” (“HGN”) test, a “walk and turn test” and a “standing balance test”. The police conceded that she did fairly well on the “one leg stand test”, but said she had to “use her arms for balance” to complete the test. The defendant also could not perform an alphabet test. She attempted the alphabet “A” through “Z” twice and failed both times.

    • The defendant admitted to drinking one beer and two mixed drinks.

    • The defendant was arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI). The defendant refused to submit to any breath test or blood test. She decided to fight the case.

    • DEFENSE: Actual innocence.

    • TRIAL RESULT: The state presented the testimony of two police officers that investigated the case and who observed the field sobriety tests. The defendant testified, and presented evidence that there was no yellow line where she was supposed to cross over it.

    • After trial, the defendant was found NOT GUILTY of this DWI charge. She left the courthouse with no DWI conviction on her record!

    • Attorney Stevens thanks God for this successful defense!

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