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DUI Defense Specialist – Board Certified

2006 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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2006

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

December, 2006

Police stop driver for operating at 50 M.P.H. on highway and committing several marked lanes violations. Driver admits to drinking “a little bit”. Driver submits to just one field sobriety test before refusing to continue with roadside testing. Police alleged driver is unable to spit out breath mint when instructed to so and to periodically crying during booking process during which she needs assistance to stand. Defense argues lack of evidence of impairment given highly confrontational nature of roadside encounter, arrest and booking. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

December, 2006

Officer alleges that he followed driver for one (1) mile and observed 5 or 6 marked lanes violations. Driver initially denies drinking then admits to “one beer.” Officer detects odor of alcohol, unsteadiness and difficulty with all field sobriety tests. Post arrest breath test result of .19 BAC is excluded by defense due to failure of government to establish certification of breath testing equipment. Cross exam establishes that Officer actually followed defendant for 2.5 miles and only activated lights to stop vehicle because vehicle was approaching town line and end of Officer’s jurisdiction and that this officer accounts for 60% of his departments OUI arrests. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

December, 2006

Officer pulls over vehicle which is traveling towards him in head on collision fashion. Driver admits to having “two beers” and proceeds to fail 4 out of 5 field sobriety tests according to police. Subsequent breath test results of .09 are excluded by the defense and cross exam establishes that client performed field tests adequately given sub-standard roadside conditions. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

December, 2006

Officer follows driver for approximately one (1) mile observing several marked lanes violations. Upon stopping driver has difficulty producing license and registration but denies drinking. Officer detects odor of alcohol and slurred speech. Driver attempts field sobriety tests but claims she is incapable of standing on one leg for any period of time. Defense argues field sobriety tests are not reliable indicators of impairment for this particular driver especially in light of her nervousness and anxiety at roadside. Not guilty verdict following trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

December, 2006

Defendant is stopped by police for lane violation entering traffic rotary. Defendant admits to drinking and submits to field sobriety tests which police allege he failed. Subsequent breath test reveals B.A.C. of .15 Defendant requests trial date only to learn that Breath Test Operator has left the police department and is unavailable at trial. State dismisses DWI charge prior to trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

December, 2006

Police stop defendant’s vehicle for operating without headlights. Defendant admits to having “a few beers” submits to field sobriety tests but refuses breath test. Several years pass as defendant is fugitive from justice. Open removing default and appearing in Court to face DWI charge State cannot go forward with sufficient evidence to prove DWI charge which is dismissed prior to trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

December, 2006

Police respond to scene of accident with car into telephone pole. Witnesses claim driver is operating at 45 M.P.H. on windy rural road immediately prior to crash and is seen tossing empty beer cans into woods before police arrive. Driver claims he lost control of vehicle while searching for songs on his I-pod. Defense excludes reference to 2 out of 5 field sobriety tests and argues poor performance attributable to trauma from accident. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

December, 2006

Police respond to vehicle with flat tire waiting for tow truck in breakdown lane. Defendant tells police he just hit something. Police detect odor of alcohol and unsteadiness on feet. Following field sobriety tests defendant states: “just arrest me because you know I’m drunk.” Defense suppresses statement due to Miranda violations and challenges sufficiency of evidence based on field sobriety tests. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

November, 2006

Police respond to report of vehicle in parking lot with front end damage following collision. Witnesses establish that two persons are present, one urinating in public the other throwing beer cans into grass next to lot. Defendant admits to being driver but denies causing accident, further admits that he drank 4-5 beers earlier while golfing. Defendant arrested following field sobriety tests. Several civilian witnesses fail to identify the defendant as the driver and cannot corroborate his admission to driving beyond reasonable doubt. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

November, 2006

Police respond to scene of single car accident with both air bags deployed and two occupants nearby, both bleeding from impact. Client admits to two beers and a margarita and is arrested following field sobriety tests. Defense excludes post arrest breath test evidence of .14 BAC because government does not have an expert witness to relate breath test results to blood alcohol level at time of driving. Blood found on driver’s side airbags could be attributed to either occupant leading to question as to who has actual driver of vehicle. Not guilty verdict following trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

November, 2006

Civilian driver reports to local police dispatcher that she is being “followed extremely closely” by and out of state vehicle. Driver follows suspect car into business parking lot and obtains license plate and description of driver. Civilian witness flags down officer and tells cop where to find suspect car. Officer sees vehicle in lot and watches it roll slowly to a stop twice and then signals car to stop. Client arrested following field sobriety tests and refuses breath test. Defense prepared to argue stop of vehicle was illegal based on vague nature of civilian report. DWI Charge Dismissed before trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

November, 2006

Client leaves bar at 1:50 a.m. and is stopped for operating without headlights. Officer detects a strong odor of alcohol and observes client’s eyes to be red, glassy and bloodshot. When questioned, client admits to have “a couple” beers. After exiting the vehicle, client appears unsteady on his feet and then proceeds to fail three field sobriety tests. Client submits to a breathalyzer test indicating a .17 BAC. Defense excludes breathalyzer results and argues that client’s performance on the field sobriety tests was caused by nerves and a pre-existing hip injury. Not guilty verdict following trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

November, 2006

Client stopped by police for speeding and marked lanes violations. First officer detects odor of alcohol on driver’s breath. Officer conducts only one field sobriety test before being called away from scene to supervise another incident. Client refuses to participate in any further testing with second officer. Arrest for DWI follows and client refuses breath test. Defense utilizes booking video to establish client’s sobriety and evidence of medical conditions for reason why field sobriety tests were refused. DWI charge dismissed before trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

November, 2006

Police respond to a three car accident on the highway shortly before 1:00 a.m. Witnesses indicate that client was traveling between 100-120 m.p.h. before striking the guardrail After client exits his car, it is demolished by an on-coming tractor trailer. Police note client appears confused and unsteady on his feet, and detect a strong odor of alcohol coming from his person. Client allegedly fails three field sobriety tests and is arrested. Client admits to having five beers in the night. Defense argues that client’s difficulty with field sobriety tests is caused by shock of accident and that witnesses are unable to provide direct evidence that client was the operator of the vehicle. Not Guilty verdict following trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

November, 2006

Police stop client because his vehicle and plate match a description of vehicle reported to have left the scene of minor single car property damage accident. Client refuses to produce license and registration and refuses to exit vehicle. Police detect odor of alcohol and slurred speech. Client arrested for DWI and Disobeying a Police Officer. DWI charge dismissed prior to trial for lack of evidence.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

November, 2006

Officer directing traffic observes client skidding to a stop, narrowly avoiding the vehicle stopped in front of her. Officer signals client to stop and then approaches the vehicle at which time he observes a Smirnoff Ice between the client’s legs. Client has difficulty producing her license and then admits to drinking three malt beverages. Upon exiting the car, she appears confused and unsteady on her feet. Client proceeds to fail four field sobriety tests, including the Alphabet test. Defense attributes the alleged strong odor of alcohol to her recent consumption of the beverage found in the car and then argues that the field sobriety tests are not reliable indicators of impairment. Not Guilty Verdict following trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

October, 2006

Officer observes client in opposite lane weaving back and forth between the dividing line and the breakdown lane. As the officer approaches the vehicle he observes vomit on the outside of the driver’s side door and client admits to having just gotten sick. Officer detects the odor of alcohol and observes client’s eyes to be glassy and bloodshot. Client proceeds to fail three field sobriety tests and then submits to a breathalyzer test indicating a .10 BAC. A subsequent search of the car reveals a cooler full of beer and a small amount of marijuana. DWI complaint dismissed prior to trial.

Not Guilty NH Aggravated DWI Charge

October, 2006

Police respond to scene of highway rollover accident. Crash re-constructionist for State opines that client’s vehicle was traveling 106 m.p.h. at time it left road surface and traveled nearly 300 ft. Aggravated DWI charge brought due to speed in excess of 30 m.p.h. in combination with DWI. Mandatory jail sentence and 18 month loss of license applicable to Aggravated charge. Defense challenges accuracy of data for accident re-constructionist’s analysis of vehicle speed. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

October, 2006

Police respond to report of motor vehicle stuck in a snow bank off to the side of the road. Upon arrival, officer observes client exiting the driver’s side of the vehicle whereupon he begins running, trips, and lands face down on ground. Officer alleges he saw client throw a set of car keys into the woods. Client is very unsteady on his feet and displays a strong odor of alcohol, bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. After failing three field sobriety tests, client blows a.18 on the breath test. Defense stipulates to the element of intoxication and argues that the evidence is insufficient to prove that the defendant was the operator of the vehicle at the time of the crash. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

October, 2006

Police respond to report of motor vehicle stuck in a snow bank off to the side of the road. Upon arrival, officer observes client exiting the driver’s side of the vehicle whereupon he begins running, trips, and lands face down on ground. Officer alleges he saw client throw a set of car keys into the woods. Client is very unsteady on his feet and displays a strong odor of alcohol, bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. After failing three field sobriety tests, client blows a.18 on the breath test. Defense stipulates to the element of intoxication and argues that the evidence is insufficient to prove that the defendant was the operator of the vehicle at the time of the crash. Not guilty verdict following trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

October, 2006

Client stopped by police for crossing center line and allegedly nearly hitting police cruiser head-on. Client admits to “few” beers but is actually designated driver for his passenger who is highly intoxicated. Police allege client fails many field sobriety tests, make arrest for DWI and client refuses breath test. Defense prepared to challenge validity of physical tests due to client’s exhausted condition following 14 hour day laying tile day of arrest. DWI charge dismissed prior to trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

October, 2006

Police dispatched to area of a motorcycle accident. Upon arrival, witnesses indicate the operator of the bike is now a passenger in motor vehicle leaving scene. Police catch up and stop the car finding the client sitting in the passenger seat with obvious injuries. After admitting to operating the motorcycle, client is arrested and transported to hospital. Hospital blood test reveals presence of alcohol and various narcotics. Defense prepared to exclude blood test results based upon a lack of proper foundation. DWI charge dismissed prior to trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

September, 2006

Police stop client for speeding and marked lanes violation. Client admits that he split pitcher of beer with his passenger prior earlier in the evening. Police detect obvious odor of alcohol and client’s unsteadiness as he exits vehicle. Client refuses to participate in field sobriety testing and is subsequently arrested for DWI. Defense prepared to argue lack of evidence of impairment. DWI charge dismissed prior to trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

September, 2006

Police stop client for stop sign and marked lanes violation. Client admits to drinking earlier in the evening but refuses to participate in any field sobriety tests. Police allege client is verbally combative throughout booking process and smells of alcohol with slurred speech. Defense prepared to argue lack of evidence of impairment. DWI charge dismissed prior to trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

September, 2006

Police respond to tow company’s call of vehicle off roadway during heavy rain storm. Police arrive some time later and interview client at scene where he admits to being driver of vehicle that went off roadway after hitting large puddle. Police cannot find puddle in roadway and ultimately arrest client for DWI after he allegedly fails field sobriety tests. Government cannot establish beyond reasonable doubt that client was driver of vehicle at time of accident as there is no other corroborative evidence linking him to the vehicle. DWI charge dismissed prior to trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

September, 2006

Client is stopped by police for marked lanes violations. Police allege client performs poorly on field sobriety tests. Defense is able to exclude reference at trial to one field sobriety test based on foundational requirements and excludes evidence of .24 BrAC breath test results. Not guilty verdict following trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

September, 2006

Police stop client for speeding on motorcycle. Client admits to having three drinks and performs reasonably well on standard field sobriety tests. Officer notes client’s complete cooperation and extremely polite and respectful demeanor throughout arrest process. Defense prepared to argue that operation of motorcycle vehicle and defendant’s demeanor and behavior inconsistent with intoxication. DWI charge dismissed prior to trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

August, 2006

Police respond to local tavern for report of underage person trying to enter establishment with fake ID. Client is stopped in parking lot to allow police to speak to his passenger about alleged fake ID. Client admits to drinking and is subjected to several non-standard field sobriety tests which the police allege he failed. Defense files Motion in LImine to exclude evidence of client’s performance on all field sobriety tests not recognized by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and NH Police Training and Standards. DWI charge dismissed prior to trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

August, 2006

Client stopped by police for traveling on main downtown avenue without headlights activated. Client admits to having “a few” beers” at local tavern and submits to field sobriety tests which police allege he fails. Defense prepared to challenge officer’s opinion of client’s performance on field sobriety tests with medical records establishing recent total hip replacement and knee injury. Booking video is inconclusive establishing client’s impairment. DWI charge dismissed prior to trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

August, 2006

Client stopped for speeding. Arresting officer alleges that client displayed slurred speech, strong odor of alcohol, glassy, red eyes and had extreme difficulty with all field sobriety tests. Officer testifies that client fell into car exiting vehicle and stumbled throughout field sobriety testing. Defense cross exam focuses on credibility of police officer’s testimony and offers civilian witness that picked up client following arrest to rebut officer’s opinion that client was impaired by alcohol. Not guilty verdict following trial.

NH Administrative Suspension Vacated

July, 2006

Client arrested for DWI with post arrest breath test results of .12 BrAC. Defense requests administrative hearing to challenge two (2) year administrative suspension for subsequent DWI. Defense establishes that government cannot prove valid twenty (20) minute observation period was completed prior to breath test being administered. Two year ALS dismissed.

NH Administrative Suspension Vacated

July, 2006

Client arrested driving to hotel from wedding. Post arrest breath test results are .12 BrAC triggering mandatory 180 day administrative license suspension. Defense requests administrative hearing and specifically requests attendance of breath test machine operator. Government only produces arresting officer at hearing to testify without calling breath test machine operator. Defense Motion to Dismiss Administrative Suspension allowed.

Not Guilty NH DWI Charge

July, 2006

Police respond to noise complaint and find client seated in passenger seat of vehicle in front of his girlfriend’s house. Client admits to being drunk but denies operating the vehicle on blown tire and rim which leaves gauge marks in street leading to spot where vehicle found at rest. Post arrest breath test .15 BrAC. Government cannot establish beyond reasonable doubt if or when client last operated vehicle. Not guilty verdict following trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

July, 2006

Client stopped by police for operating vehicle with headlight out. Officer detects odor of alcohol and asks client to submit to battery of standard field sobriety tests. Client weighs in excess of 350 lbs. Defense prepared to challenge validity of field sobriety tests based on client’s weight and other physical limitations. DWI charge dismissed prior to trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

July, 2006

Client stopped by police for speeding. Upon admission of drinking client is asked to submit to field sobriety tests and is arrested and charged with DWI. Post arrest breath test discloses .11 BAC. Defense tests captured samples of breath through independent laboratory which results in non-corroborative finding with .04 variation. Independent laboratory confirms that historically samples submitted for testing from this department’s Intoxilyzer machine were non-corroborative 11 out of 20 times. State replaces Intoxilyzer machine. DWI charge dismissed.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

June, 2006

Police respond to scene of one-car accident on highway and find abandoned vehicle. Client is found some time later on property abutting highway. Incriminating statements made by client to police are suppressed for lack of Miranda warning while in custody and the search of his person disclosing keys to vehicle deemed illegal search. OUI, Leaving the Scene, Operation of Unregistered Vehicle and Operation After Suspension charges dismissed for lack of evidence.

NH DWI Conviction Vacated

June, 2006

Client appears in Court and pleads guilty to DWI charge days after being discharged from psychiatric hospital. Transcript of plea hearing discloses normal plea colloquy, however, defense is able to show by clear and convincing evidence through expert testimony that client was incompetent at time of plea due to medications and mental health and medical issues. Motion to Vacate plea allowed, conviction set aside, new trial ordered.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

June, 2006

Police respond to scene of accident where witnesses report pick-up truck left roadway and demolished fence then fled scene. Truck’s license plate found in debris on roadway and is traced giving exact make and model of truck. 45 minutes later police receive report of suspicious vehicle parked on roadway. Responding officers find truck with matching rear plate parked with engine running and driver asleep behind wheel. Police approach driver’s side of truck, wake client and pull him from vehicle at gun-point, at which time he is immediately handcuffed. Search of truck discloses open 30 pack of beer and prescription drugs. Defense challenges legality of arrest and display of deadly force during routine traffic investigation. Motion allowed, all charges including DWI dismissed.

Not Guilty MA OUI

June, 2006

Police stop Client for traveling 25 m.p.h. on highway. Defense introduces evidence of mechanical failure in vehicle to explain abnormally low speed. Evidence of .19 BAC breath test excluded by defense due to contamination of breath sample by mouth alcohol and lack of mandatory 15 minute waiting period before re-testing commenced. Defense challenges officer’s observations of red/glassy eyes, slurred speech and poor performance on field sobriety tests. Not guilty verdict following trial.

NH DWI Charge Dismissed

May, 2006

Client stopped by police for defective headlight and center line violation. Officer alleges client failed three (3) standard field sobriety tests. Post arrest intoxilyzer breath test is .07 BAC. Defense Motion to Dismiss allowed. DWI Charge Dismissed.

NH DWI and Aggravated DWI Charges Dismissed

May, 2006

Client stopped for speeding. Police Officer alleges client presented with red, glassy eyes, slurred speech and slack jawed open mouthed facial expression. Defense prepared to present evidence that .16 BAC breath test was inaccurately high due to diagnosed G.E.R.D. condition. Field sobriety tests conducted in highway breakdown lane on sloping grade. DWI and Aggravated DWI charges dismissed.

Not Guilty NH Aggravated DWI Charge

May, 2006

Client stopped by police for failing to signal turn exiting traffic rotary. Arresting officer alleges client fails two standard field sobriety tests. Testimony regarding failed Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN) test excluded for lack of proper foundation. Evidence of .16 BAC blood test excluded as government fails to produce actual gas chromatograph test results, relying only upon transcription of test results recorded by lab technician. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty NH Aggravated DWI Charge

May, 2006

Client stopped for speeding during evening rush hour traffic. Arresting officer notes client performs some field sobriety tests “satisfactorily” and fails others. Client is chewing ginger root for upset stomach at time of arrest following spicy meal. Defense presents medical records and expert testimony to explain that two (2) weeks prior to arrest client is hospitalized for chest pain, later diagnosed as gastro-esophogeal reflux disorder. Defense argues that .21 BAC intoxilyzer test result is inaccurate due to contamination by stomach alcohol from G.E.R.D. condition. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

May, 2006

Client stopped by police for driving wrong way on one-way street. Police officer alleges client failed alphabet test twice by stating: “A,B,C.D,E.F,G, blah, blah, blah” each time. Client refuses all other field sobriety tests. Breath test results of .20 BAC excluded due to lack of proof that statutory implied consent rights were properly administered before test. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI Charge

May, 2006

Client stopped by police following dinner with girlfriend. Officer notes red glassy eyes and slurred speech along with poor performance on field sobriety tests. Post arrest breath test results are .10 BAC. Defense presents evidence of pre-arrest consumption of alcohol through restaurant receipt and defense expert establishes that client’s actual blood alcohol level was below legal limit at time of driving and breath test result is inaccurately high because test was conducted during “absorptive” phase of alcohol metabolism in client’s body. Not guilt verdict following trial.

NH Administrative Suspension Vacated

March, 2006

Client stopped by police and charged with Aggravated DWI after blood test results come back at .16 BAC. Defense challenges administrative suspension pending trial. Six (6) month administrative license suspension vacated when state fails to establish proper chain of custody of blood sample including requisite affidavit from medical technician that drew blood sample at hospital.

Not Guilty NH DWI Charge

March, 2006

Client stopped for speeding driving home from bachelor party. Police allege defendant failed standard field sobriety tests and refused to respond to request for breath test, giving the arresting officer only fifteen minutes of silence. Defense challenges validity of field tests and points out police officer’s failure to record any facts in his narrative report that supported client’s sobriety. Best Man and friends and family establish defendant’s responsible drinking pattern inconsistent with impairment. Not guilty verdict following trial.

MA OUI Charge Dismissed

March, 2006

Police receive cell phone call from a motorist reporting client is “all over the road.” Officer dispatched where he observes a vehicle matching the description provided by the caller. Client is stopped after taking an “abrupt turn” onto a highway on-ramp. Defense argues that the motor vehicle stop was not based upon a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity as required by the Fourth Amendment in light of “anonymous” cell phone tip. Evidence demonstrates client’s operation consistent with lost motorist. Defense Motion to Suppress Allowed, OUI Charge Dismissed.

MA OUI Charge Dismissed

March, 2006

Client stopped for failing to use directional at a rural intersection shortly after 1:00 a.m. Arrested after allegedly failing a battery of field sobriety tests. Defense challenges validity of motor vehicle stop where the client’s failure to use the directional did not impede the operation of any other vehicle. Evidence further shows that, prior to the stop, client was observed by police driving a considerable distance without incident. Defense Motion to Suppress Allowed, OUI Charge Dismissed.

Not Guilty MA OUI

January, 2006

Client stopped by police officer working traffic detail outside local bank on Saturday morning. Passing motorist informed officer that she saw client drinking from bottle in truck while waiting in line of traffic. Officer alleges client displayed red-bloodshot eyes and odor of alcohol and failed four out of five field sobriety tests. Preliminary breath test instrument reveals .08 BAC at roadside. At trial Defense excludes reference to two of field sobriety tests due to lack or reliability and evidence of preliminary breath test is inadmissible. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty MA OUI

January, 2006

Police stop client’s vehicle after clocking him at 80 m.p.h. on a busy highway and allege that he failed to pull over in a timely manner, straddling the breakdown lane for an unusual amount of time before finally coming to a stop. Police note slurred speech, glazed and red eyes, and a strong odor of alcohol. Officer administers four field sobriety test and then places client under arrest. Subsequent search of the vehicle reveals five empty beer cans under the driver’s seat, including one open container cold to the touch. Defense challenges reliability of field sobriety tests performed on busy highway and that strong odor of alcohol indicates recent consumption, but not any particular level of impairment. Not Guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty NH DWI

January, 2006

Client stopped by police for driving without headlights at 9:00 p.m. Client tells officer that he consumed “three buds and a shot of jajermeister” after work and then drove towards home, stopping on the way at a fast food drive thru where he turned off headlights. Police allege poor performance on field sobriety tests and post arrest breath test of .16 BAC. Defense presents evidence of client’s prior knee injury that affected field sobriety tests and expert witness testimony to establish that .16 BAC was false positive due to client being in the “absorptive phase” and his exposure to industrial adhesive that was possible “interfering” compound with breath test. Not guilty verdict following trial.

Not Guilty NH Aggravated & Subsequent DWI

January, 2006

Client stopped by police for alleged erratic operation initially reported by citizen cell-phone witness. Police video records roadside encounter including field sobriety tests. Defense excludes evidence of .291 BAC on preliminary breath test due to police failure to properly advise client of statutory warnings regarding voluntary preliminary breath test at roadside. Defense excludes evidence of .22 BAC intoxilyzer test result due to police failure to maintain strict twenty minute observation period of defendant before test. Evidence of client’s prior Massachusetts court appearance on OUI charge insufficient to prove second or subsequent offense. Not guilty verdict on Aggravated DWI complaint and Subsequent DWI complaint following trial.

Verdicts and settlements by year

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2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

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