Many people arrested and charged with DWI in New Hampshire automatically think their life is over. After all, the police and prosecution have probably already tried to convince them that there is no way that they can defend themselves against the charge. This is simply not true. Our attorneys have successfully defended a number of clients charged with DWI offenses. Don't negotiate or settle your case without first consulting with us. You may have more options than you think.
Defending Against a DWI Charge
A lot more goes into a DWI charge than simply arresting a person and charging them. All persons arrested and charged with a crime have a right to defend themselves against the charges. In DWI cases, an officer need only have reasonable suspicion to pull a person over for DUI and subsequently arrest them. In order for you to be convicted in court, the State has to prove every element of the offense beyond a reasonable doubt. This burden of proof is non-negotiable.
If you retain us, we will quickly get to work preparing your defense. We will first determine whether or not the officer had reasonable suspicion to pull you over. Next, we will evaluate the results of any FST's you may have completed to determine whether or not the results are fair and accurate. Once sufficient evidence is gathered and our we have had the opportunity to review the State's evidence against you, we will proceed with preparing the case for trial. In some cases, we are able to negotiate a plea for our clients that results in them receiving a lesser penalty. If a plea agreement cannot be reached, then we will confidently take your case to trial forcing the State to either meet their burden of proof or drop the charges against you.
Contact Us for Legal Assistance
No matter how bad your case may seem or how much evidence the State claims to have against you, there are always options for a defense. Don't give up on your case without even trying. Your rights and privileges are much too important to simply hand away. Contact us to find out what options are available in your case.
Call the Law Office of Chadwick-Fricano-Weber at (603) 880-6100 to schedule a risk-free, no-obligation initial interview.