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Tri State Protection for MA, NH, & ME

DUI Defense Specialist – Board Certified

2013 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

2016 2015 2014

2013

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

August, 2013

NH Police stop driver for alleged marked lanes violations leading to DWI arrest. Massachusetts resident driver faces enhanced penalties under reciprocity based on prior DUI record and Melanie’s Law. Defense utilizes police cruiser mounted video to contest whether driver actually drove “across” highway markings as required by NH statute, further arguing that driving onto marked line, even three (3) times, does not give rise to legal reasonable articulable suspicion to stop vehicle. Defense Motion to Suppress granted. DWI charge dismissed.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

May, 2013

Police respond to report of drunk customer at service station seeking repiars to vehicle. Police speak to employees/manager but cannot determine whether owner or companion drove truck to garage or whether companion is intoxicated. Police allow truck to leave service station but cannot see who is driving truck. SPOT check of registration/plate discloses registered owner suspended for DWI. Police stop truck without observing erratic operation. Companion/driver arrested for DWI. Defense files Motion to Suppress alleging stop/seizure of truck was made wihout legal basis. DWI charge dismissed prior to trial.

MA Roadblock OUI Charge Dismissed

May, 2013

Driver stopped at Massachusetts State Police Roadblock outside Boston. Greeting Trooper detects odor of alcohol and driver admits that he consumed two beers in Cambridge. Ordered to “pit” area for Field Sobrity testing. Defense challenges Probable Cause to arrest because client passed one-leg stand test and walk and turn test without displaying typical signs of impairment like slurred speechc and glassy/red eyes. Court agrees evidence of Portable Breath Test and Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus are inadmissible. Post arrest Breath Test result .10 BrAC. Motion to Suppress allowed, no probable cause to arrest found, OUI Charge dismissed.

Not Guilty Verdict MA OUI Charge

May, 2013

BOLO (be on lookout for) report sent to police from neighboring police department regarding an erratic operator. Reporting party never identified. Police stop vehicle after observing matching plate from BOLO report and marked lanes violation. Driver pulls over and drives up on curb with no available break down lane. Police allege driver nearly hit mailbox while pulling over. Officer notes slurred speech, odor of alchohol and sweaty flushed face with open containers in car. Driver refuses to participate in field sobriety tests noting his diagnosed “vertigo.” Defense presents medical records confirming vertigo diagnosis effecting balance. Photos of stop scene show driver pulled over at first available spot on road and entered sidewalk without striking 6″ curb and manuevered car around mailbox without hitting it. Not guilty verdict following jury trial.

Not Guilty Verdict MA OUI Charge

May, 2013

Client runs out of gas returning home from card game with friends. As he waits for his wife to arrive with gas the police approach his disabled vehicle and begin convesation. Driver tells he is all set and just waiting for gas. Officer detects odor of alcohol and driver admits he drank “a few” beers earlier. 2nd Officer arrives and insists that driver complete field sobriety tests. Driver says, “I’m all set, I’m not driving.” Client arrested and charged with OUI following field sobriety tests. Defense uses photos of scene to show that client parked stalled vehicle in safe manner and that field sobriety tests were completed on darkened roadway with incline. Not guilty verdict following trial. Three (3) year Chemical Test Refusal (CTR) suspension, because of prior offense more than 20 years ago, vacated by Court following “not guilty” verdict.

Not Guilty Verdict MA OUI Charge

April, 2013

Police cruiser monitoring highway traffic during pre-Roadblock saturation patrol on Friday night outside Boston. Officer clocking vehicle in far left lane from far right lane when client approaches from behind in middle lane at high rate of speed. Client slows immediately but police drop in behind and stop him. Police note an odor of alcohol and red/glassy eyes. Driver admits to drinking wine at dinner after work, but refuses to participate in field sobriety tests after exit order. Police admit under cross examination that driver did not display slurred speech and he was otherwise cooperative and polite with no loss of balance or coordination during exit sequence. Driver also responded appropriately and reacted safely in cruiser’s lights. Not Guilty finding following jury trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

March, 2013

Driver stopped for travelling outside of highway lane into breakdown lane. Police note odor of alchol, slurred speach and glassy/red eyes. Driver admits to drinking two harpoon beers while watching Patriots game at his parents house. Police allege driver failed standardized filed sobriety tests. Post arrest breath test result .10 BrAC. Defense excludes evidence of breath test on day of trial with Motion in Limine and proceeds to challenge validity of field sobriety test evidence at trial. Not Guilty verdict following Jury Trial.

Verdicts and settlements by year

2016 2015 2014

2013

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

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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