Happy St. Patrick's Day Salem, NH DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens 1.603.893.0074

Happy St. Patrick's Day from Salem, New Hampshire DWI & Criminal Defense Lawyer Mark Stevens!

New Hampshire DWI Laws. Make sure your lights, including your plate lights and brake lights, are working and that your license and registration are up to date before you drive anywhere with a green mouth; the cops will be looking for excuses to pull over vehicles on St. Patrick’s Day Eve so don’t give them a reason to stop you!    Like in the case of DWI roadblocks, there usually are not enough drunk drivers on the road to keep them all busy, so there will likely be a lot of other arrests, like operating after license suspension, possession of marijuana, and other victimless crimes and violations.  Don’t give them a chance to hassle you.

The police sometimes arrest people for drug impairment if they can’t smell alcohol or if the driver passes the breath test.  Once a driver passes a breath test, a whole extra gauntlet of aerobics are performed by the police on the driver to “detect drug impairment”.  If they’re told to find some drug impaired drivers they will probably find some and now  more than ever due to new laws passed as of January 1, 2013 regarding Drug Impairment, you can now be arrested for driving under the influence of cough syrup or aspirin! Don't get caught in this trap- Remember You Don't Have to Talk to the Cops. Lawyer Up & Shut Up- Then Call Mark Stevens! 603.893.0261 (24/7)

You can plug my number into your contacts right now on your cell phone for when you are hassled:  

    1-603-893-0074  (24/7)    or       1-603-893.0261 (24/7)    

If you get arrested feel free to call me at anytime. I look forward to speaking with you.

DWI and Criminal Defense  Attorney Mark Stevens
The Law Office of Mark Stevens                                                          5 Manor Parkway Salem, NH 03079                                           tel. 603-893-0074 (24/7)
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