DUI Defense Attorney in Massachusetts and New Hampshire
Drunk Driving Defense Attorney Covering All of Massachusetts and New Hampshire
Unlike many attorneys who present themselves as ‘MA drunk driving attorneys’ or ‘NH drunk driving attorneys’ but only operate in limited areas, Michael Bowser is not a regional lawyer tied down to one specific geographic area within Massachusetts or New Hampshire.
The Court Appearance List page depicts the wide geographic area his practice covers and the numerous Courts where he has regularly appeared to successfully fight for the protection of his clients in drunk driving and other criminal cases.
Because the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of New Hampshire each have their own unique body of law applicable to the defense of drunk driving cases, a drunk driving attorney in NH or MA must be well-versed in both. There are major differences between the two states in the rules of criminal procedure, court rules, rules of evidence, and professional ethics.
DUI Defense Attorney Michael Bowser has tried to verdict hundreds of DUI cases in Massachusetts and New Hampshire and dealt with the complicated legal ramifications of a cross border defense practice.
A Dual-State (MA & NH) DUI Defense Attorney
The vast majority of Attorney Bowser’s NH drunk driving defense clients are residents of MA. Conversely, many of his MA OUI defense clients are residents of NH. A large percentage of Attorney Bowser’s cross border clients are referred to him by other drunk driving attorneys in both States. In part, this is due to the fact that Attorney Bowser is uniquely familiar with the rules of reciprocity between the states, i.e., how will the Massachusetts RMV react to a notice of a suspension of driving privileges in New Hampshire following a drunk driving arrest or conviction, and vice versa.
Attorney Michael Bowser was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1995 and the New Hampshire Bar in 1996. Since 1999 he has maintained separate offices in both Chelmsford, Massachusetts and Nashua, New Hampshire for the convenience of his clients. As a native of Massachusetts and a proud member of the Massachusetts Bar, he is also honored to call himself a member of the New Hampshire Bar for over 20 years.
If you have questions regarding the status of your driver’s license or privilege to drive in Massachusetts or New Hampshire, consult and hire a cross-border MA drunk driving attorney and NH drunk driving attorney familiar with both states. Michael Bowser can provide you the answers you need in a dual-state DUI situation.
*Pursuant to New Hampshire Rules of Professional Conduct 7.4 this Board Certification as a DUI Defense Specialist by the National College for DUI Defense is accredited by the American Bar Association.
*Pursuant to Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct 7.4 this Board Certification as a DUI Defense Specialist is accredited by the American Bar Association and awarded by the National College for DUI Defense, Inc., a private organization whose standards for certification are not regulated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.