What Should You Do at Your New Hampshire Arraignment?

New Hampshire DWI laws . Do you have an arraignment coming up in a New Hampshire District Court? If you do, you will be presented with the question, "how do you plead to this charge?", or "how do you plead to these charges?"  There are three options, two of which can cause harsh penalties to be imposed on you immediately.  The three different pleas are:  not guilty, guilty, or "no lo contendere", which is some times called "no contest" or just " no lo".  Pleading "no lo contendere", "no contest" or "no lo" will result in you being immediately convicted.  You should consult with a New Hampshire lawyer before you plead to a criminal charge or a New Hampshire motor vehicle violation.  Some motor vehicle violations carry harsh penalties, like reckless driving, operating after suspension, or conduct after an accident

This video is about New Hampshire arraignments.  Feel free to watch and call me if you have questions or if you would like to discuss your case with me.  I give a free consultation for New Hampshire DWI cases and serious motor vehicle violation charges.  Call today at 1-603-893-0074.  I look forward to speaking with you.

Attorney Mark Stevens
Law Offices of Mark Stevens
5 Manor Parkway
Salem, NH 03079

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