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Tri State Protection for MA, NH, & ME

DUI Defense Specialist – Board Certified

2002 DUI and Drunk Driving Cases, NH & MA

You might not have to plead out! Below is an extensive list of DUI cases and drunk driving cases in MA and NH that might have been plead out if they had been handled by some Attorneys. ButAttorney Bowser will work diligently on your behalf in NH or MA DUI cases and drunk driving cases, and question every single claim of the Prosecution, piece by piece. In the more challenging cases,Attorney Bowser knows how to aggressively take drunk driving cases and DUI cases to trial and win. Let Attorney Bowser protect your legal rights in MA and NH. Call 1-888-526-9737 during the hours of 9AM to 5PM or send Attorney Bowser details of your arrest in the form to the right.

Verdicts and settlements by year

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Not Guilty on MA OUI Charge

December, 2002

Not Guilty verdict following jury trial. During traffic stop client tells police officer he drank seven beers. Defense presents evidence and testimony that consumption took place over several hours and client was not impaired by alcohol at time of stop.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

December, 2002

Defense wins Motion to Suppress utilizing police cruiser video. Court agrees that police officer lacked sufficient facts to stop defendant. Client drove onto double yellow line four times without crossing it on rural winding road. Driver only crossed double yellow line when cruiser’s blue lights were activated.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

October, 2002

Defense wins motion to suppress at trial. Defense argues stop, seizure and arrest of client at sobriety checkpoint roadblock illegal. State cannot prove selection of defendant from flow of traffic followed Court approved roadblock operational plan. Complaint charging DWI 1st Offense dismissed.

Not Guilty on Operating After Revocation Charge in NH

October, 2002

N.H. resident has driving privileges suspended in Massachussetts following plea to OUI , under 21 charge. Months later stopped by N.H. police and charged with Operating After Suspension. Court finds client not guilty at trial. Defense rebuts presumption that client received notice of suspension of his N.H. driver’s license from the N.H. Department of Safety.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

October, 2002

Defense wins motion to suppress at trial. Arresting officer stops client for crossing double yellow line once and straddling lane markers through two (2) intersections over one mile stretch of road. Only clues of intoxication after stop are an odor of alcohol and admission by client of having “one drink”. Court agrees that arresting officer did not have sufficient facts to allow traffic stop to continue and request driver to exit car for field sobriety tests.

Not Guilty on MA Indecent Assault & Battery Charges

October, 2002

Client found not guilty following Superior Court jury trial. Prosecution cannot establish identity of the perpetrator. Defense presents evidence that client was wrongly singled out for prosecution without further investigation of other available suspects.

NH Transportation of Controlled Drug Charge Dismissed

September, 2002

Defense secures not guilty verdict at trial in May 2002 on complaint charging Drving While Intoxicated (drugs). Following first trial State serves new alternative complaint charging transportation of controlled drugs, which carries loss of license penalty. Defense files and prevails on Motion to Dismiss new complaint for violation of Double Jepoardy protection.

Not guilty on NH DWI charge

August, 2002

Client is stopped after making two wrong turns on one way streets in front of Police cruiser. After trial, Court takes view of scene to confirm defense argument that location of field sobriety testing is uneven crumbling pavement. Arresting officer forced to admit the client passed “most accurate” of three standard field sobriety tests.

Not guilty on MA OUI charge

June, 2002

Defense wins Motion for Required Finding of Not Guilty during jury trial. Prosecution rests but fails to present evidence that the defendent’s impairment was due to alcohol consumption despite other evidence of intoxication.

Not guilty on NH DWI charge

May, 2002

Client charged with Driving While Intoxicated (marijuana) and Possession of a Controlled Substance. Defense excludes from evidence the client’s blood test results and the State lab certification that the “green leafy substance” is marijuana. State forced to dismiss Possession charge and client found not guilty after trial on the DWI charge

Not Guilty on NH Violation of Restraining Order Charge

March, 2002

Client charged with violating restraining order held by ex-girl friend when he walks past her place of employment at large shopping Mall twice in two week time period. Client found not guilty after trial. Arresting officer admits that he has no evidence that defendant had prior knowledge that alleged victim had taken job in Mall where he regularly had his hair cut. State can’t prove “knowing” violation of restraining order.

Larceny By Check, Forgery Charges Dismissed

March, 2002

Business partnership dissolves following dispute over money and embezzlement. Client charged with forging and/or misappropriating company funds for personal use in excess of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000). Defense investigation through subpoenaed bank records shows that alleged victims were actually committing theft by check and forgery while the defendant was out of country with his family. Charges against client dismissed by Court.

Not guilty on NH DWI charge

February, 2002

Client’s .14 Breath test wrong. Defense hires independent laboratory to re-test client’s captured breath sample. Independent lab finds client’s alcohol level actually .05 at time of arrest, defense presents evidence that police department’s breath testing machine defective.

Not guilty on NH DWI charge

February, 2002

Client’s .14 Breath test excluded as evidence. Defense sucessfully argues that State failed to prove that defendent waived his right to refuse breathalyzer test.

MA OUI charge dismissed

January, 2002

Defense wins Motion To Suppress. Police stop client for alleged seat belt violation (passenger in bed of truck) and illegally elevated 4×4 suspension. Defense proves no violation of seat belt law or Registry rules for truck suspensions. Stop deemed illegal. Charge dismissed.

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Past successful case results are not a guarantee or promise of a similar result in your case. Each case is factually distinct with various applicable legal standards. Further, as a trial lawyer with the experience of hundreds of completed Jury and Bench DUI trials in Massachusetts and New Hampshire Attorney Bowser understands the risks associated with the adversarial trial process. Any lawyer who claims never to lose cases doesn’t really try cases, especially difficult cases. Anonymous factual/legal summaries are authorized in advance by clients.

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