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  • Suspended license from OUI in Ma. Residence is NH. Does NH offer a hardship license?

    Received CWOF on OUI, Speeding and leaving the seen of an accident. Doing 24D in Mass

    Donald’s Answer

    New Hampshire does not offer a hardship license.

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  • Can I get these traffic violations/arrests annulled or expunged? How do I start?

    Recently I applied for a job at a car dealership, I am currently employed by one but I am looking to go to a different dealership. I was offered a job but my driving record, being part of the job offer process, was deemed unacceptable by the insur...

    Donald’s Answer

    You should retain an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist you in preparing the annulment paperwork to file at the court after reviewing the convictions to make sure that you are eligible for an annulment.

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  • I'm on parole in MA. got a new charge in NH, when I got arrested cops didn't see I was on Parole, will my P.O find out b4 court

    I'm on parole for receiving stolen property I served 27 months in Concord State Prison. I got released in July and have passed all my urines, always paid my parole, I have a job and do everything I am supposed too. I got caught finding a receipt o...

    Donald’s Answer

    You are required to speak with your probation/parole officer and inform him or her of any police contact including arrests. I advise that you speak with your attorney immediately or hire an attorney to assist you in your case.

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  • Need a lawyer for Seabrook NH court date for theft Feb 5 2015

    My step daughter has a court date of Feb 5 2015 in Seabrook district court she was on good behavior with a year jail time waved for one year she was still in her good behavior year and she had a DV charge and then she was caug...

    Donald’s Answer

    If she is charged with a Class A Misdemeanor, she can apply for a court appointed attorney at her arraignment next week. She will need to fill out a financial affidavit on that day.

    If she is only charged with a Class B Misdemeanor, she will not be eligible for an attorney since she does not face any jail time.

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  • What would happen if someone did this in the Disney store?

    what would happen if someone did this in the Disney store? peed on the display of stuffed animals thats near the big tv.

    Donald’s Answer

    If someone urinated on any display in any store in New Hampshire, that person could be arrested and prosecuted for urinating in public, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief and or indecent exposure depending on the specific facts and or circumstances. The police and store employees as well as the public would take a dim view of a person's conduct as you described.

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  • I was told i was seen on video buying pills what charges am i looking at and is the video admisable in court

    i was working in a convinice store they pulled the tapes to see if i was steeling and i was questioned about buying pills

    Donald’s Answer

    You could potentially be charged with a felony for the theft of the pills. You need to retain an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you in this matter.

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  • If somebody put a temporary restraining order against you and you didnt know that you had to go to court after the 10 days were

    I was served with a temporary restraining order. Didn't do anything , me and the guy that I was dating had afalling out after I found out that he was married. they served me with the temporary restraining order the next day. I thought it was over ...

    Donald’s Answer

    If you were served with a temporary protective order, the order provided a hearing date for a final hearing when you would have been able to contest the protective order. If the gentlemen that obtained the protective order against you appeared at that hearing and you did not, then the temporary protective order most likely became a permanent order.

    You should check what the letter reads. Your parents' house is most likely your legal address and that is what the court has for information. Other than that, there is nothing an attorney can do at this point.

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  • Arrested for OAS, possesion and transportation of marijuana.

    I was parked at a gas station when a police officer approached my vehicle. When asked why stopped he said he was simply bored. He ran my license and it showed it was suspended (prior seatbelt ticket in ME I had forgot about) he said he could smell...

    Donald’s Answer

    You have a couple of options. You can hire an attorney to represent you in your case considering that you are facing at one major motor vehicle offense for Operating After Suspension and a misdemeanor offense of Possession of a Controlled Drug. You could also speak with the prosecutor at your next court date to see what he is willing to offer you as a plea agreement. Operating After Suspension carries a mandatory fine of $250 plus $60 penalty assessment and Possession of a Controlled Drug carries a mandatory fine of $350 plus $84 penalty assessment.

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  • My Son Was Arrested In Rye Nh For Possession Of Less Than A Gram Of Marijuana. He Was Sitting In His Friends Car When The Office

    \r Pulled Up. It Just So Happened To Be The Same Officer That Was Following Him Around Rye The Weekend Before. He Is Is 17 And It Is His First Offense. He Admitted To Having It So His Friend Would Not Get In Trouble. It Was Such A Small Amount He ...

    Donald’s Answer

    In NH, first time possession of a controlled drug where the drug is marijuana is generally a Class B Misdemeanor with a minimum penalty of $350 plus $84 penalty assessment. He may also lose his license for 90 days. However, if he is charged with Transportation of a Controlled Drug, then the loss of license is a mandatory 60 days and he may also face an additional suspension through the Department of Safety. He needs to hire an attorney as soon as possible to represent him.

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  • I am not on parole and i have a person on parole living with me, i have a safe and they have no access to it can parole make me

    open it or they take the safe out of my home

    Donald’s Answer

    I cannot give you an opinion regarding your situation without knowing more facts. You should speak with an experienced NH criminal defense attorney to discuss your living situation. There are a lot of unknown facts that could play into your situation and would affect the potential opinion that an attorney would provide to you.

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