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January 2013 Client was charged with first-degree murder. Attorney Wilson put on a strong defense for his Client and, after deliberating for only five hours, a Middlesex Superior Court jury found Client NOT GUILTY. The 2013 trial and outcome were recently the focus of a 48 Hours episode, which can be viewed in full here.

September 2011  Client was charged with three counts of Theft (misdemeanors) by the Hudson Police Department.  Attorney Wilson’s negotiations with the prosecutor resulted in the reduction of one theft charge to a non-criminal violation conviction with a minimal fine and restitution.  The remaining charges were DISMISSED.

September 2011 Client was charged by the Merrimack Police Department with Driving While Intoxicated and Open Container.  Attorney Wilson’s negotiations with the prosecutor resulted in the DWI being reduced to Reckless Operation; the Open Container violation as DISMISSED.

September 2011 Client was charge by the Merrimack Police Department with Driving While Intoxicated, Conduct After an Accident, Criminal Mischief and Open Container.  After trial in the Merrimack District Court, Client was found NOT GUILTY of DWI and Conduct After an Accident.  There was a guilty finding for the Criminal Mischief offense for which he received a suspended sentence; he also received a $150.00 fine for the open container violation.

September 2011 Client was charged with Driving While Intoxicated- 2nd Offense and Operation After Suspension (for prior DWI) by the Chester Police Department.  The trial in this matter, in the Derry District Court, ended in a mistrial because of inadmissible evidence. Prior to the retrial, Attorney Wilson’s negotiations with the prosecutor resulted in the DISMISSAL of the DWI 2nd Offense and the 2 year loss of license for the Administrative License Suspension for Client’s refusal of the breathalyzer test.  Client plead guilty to the Operation After Suspension charge and received the minimum statutory penalties.

August 2011 Client was traveling at a high rate of speed; he was pulled over by the Londonderry Police Department.  The officer observed Client to have difficulty finding his license in his wallet.  When asked to exit his vehicle, Client lost his balance. The officer noted several indicators for impairment after field sobriety tests and subsequently arrested Client for Driving While Intoxicated. Through negotiations, Attorney Wilson resolved this matter by having the DWI charged reduced to Reckless Operation. The Administrative License Suspension was also dismissed.

August 2011 Attorney Wilson’s Client was arrested for Simple Assault after an altercation in Merrimack. After trial, Client was found NOT GUILTY.

August 2011 After being stopped at a DWI Checkpoint in Hudson, New Hampshire, Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Client refused the breathalyzer test; he also had a previous DWI charge out of state. Attorney Wilson was able to negotiate this matter with the prosecutor and it was resolved by way of plea to a reduced charge of Reckless Operation. The police department further agreed to withdraw the Administrative License Suspension which could have resulted in an additional 6 month loss of license.

August 2011 Witnesses called into the State Police to report Client operating her vehicle erratically.   During contact with Client, the trooper observed an odor of alcohol. Client was asked to perform field sobriety tests.  During the one leg stand test the trooper stopped the test for Client’s safety as she almost fell over. Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. She refused the breath test.  After trial in the Candia District Court, Client was found NOT GUILTY.

August 2011 Client was pulled over for speeding in Manchester by the New Hampshire State Police.  The trooper observed Client’s vehicle to be in “extreme disarray” and saw burnt matches in the center console.  Client admitted to being a “dope smoker” but claimed to not have any marijuana in his vehicle at that time.  His car was searched and three small pills located in the center console along with a small bag of a green vegetative matter.  Client was charged with Transportation of a Controlled Drug.  After reviewing the facts of the case, a Motion to Suppress was filed. The prosecutor was then willing to negotiate the case which resulted in the charges being conditionally DISMISSED contingent on Client good behavior for one year.

July 2011 Client was stopped for speeding in Salem, New Hampshire.  The officer observed an odor of alcohol and asked Client to perform field sobriety tests.  At the completion of the tests, Client was arrested. Client submitted to the breathalyzer test, resulting in a .12 BAC.  He was charged with Driving While Intoxicated 2nd Offense.  Attorney Wilson was able to resolve this case with the prosecutor wherein our Client plead guilty to a lesser charge of DWI 1st Offense and received a 12 month loss of license.  As part of the agreement, the police department withdrew the Administrative License Suspension which could have resulted in a two year loss of license.

July 2011 Client and his friends were approached by members of the Merrimack Police Department. Officers observed an odor of marijuana and questioned Client.  Officer further observed marijuana on the floor of Client’s car.  Client was subsequently arrested for Possession of a Controlled Drug.  After Attorney Wilson’s review of the case, he filed a Motion to Suppress the search of Client’s vehicle. Accordingly, the prosecutor was willing to conditionally DISMISS the complaint contingent on Client’s agreement to remain of good behavior, complete 20 hours of community service and complete the Alternative Sentencing and Prevention Program.

July 2011 Client was pulled over by members of the Amherst Police Department after she observed crossing the yellow line and almost hitting a median.  The officer further observed an odor of alcohol, poor performance on field sobriety tests and a breathalyzer result of a .17 BAC. She was charged with Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated.  Attorney Wilson was able to mitigate Client’s loss of license by arranging that the Aggravated charge be reduced to Driving While Intoxicated; Client received a 6 month loss of license.

July 2011 Client was charged with Operation After Suspension (after a DWI) after his license plate was randomly run by an officer observing traffic.  Attorney Wilson was able to resolve this matter wherein our Client plead guilty to a lesser charge of Operation Without a Valid License.  Client paid a minimal fine and avoided a potential further loss of license and house of corrections time.

July 2011 Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated after the New Hampshire State Police pulled him over for excessive speed. Client allegedly failed field sobriety tests. An inventory of his vehicle revealed that he was also transporting marijuana; a Transportation of a Controlled Drug charge was also brought against Client.  Through negotiations, Attorney Wilson was able to resolve this matter wherein the DWI charge was reduced to Reckless Operation.  Client received a 60 day loss of license for both charges (which ran concurrently). He also received minimal fines for each offense.

July 2011 Client’s vehicle struck a cement pillar and he sustained injuries to his legs and head.  The responding officer observed an odor of alcohol coming from Client.  He was transported to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center and subsequently notified that he was under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated.  A blood sample was obtained by the Milford Police Department from the hospital; blood result was a .20. A charge of Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated was brought forward. After Attorney Wilson filed several motions to suppress with the Court, the prosecutor agreed to reduce the charge to Reckless Operation for which our Client received a 60 day loss of license and a fine.

July 2011 Client was arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated – Underage by members of the Litchfield Police Department after he was observed to be operating his vehicle in an erratic manner. After a series of field sobriety tests, the officer deemed Client to have failed.  Client submitted to a breathalyzer test at the police department resulting in a .10 BAC.  At trial evidentiary issues arose resulting in the parties resolving the matter.  Attorney Wilson was able to have the charge was reduced to Reckless Operation for which Client received a 60 day loss of license.

July 2011 Client was arrested by the Nashua Police Department, following a motor vehicle accident, for Driving While Intoxicated.  He allegedly failed all field sobriety tests. After submitting to a breathalyzer test, the result was a .13 BAC.  Attorney Wilson’s negotiations with the prosecutor resulted in Client entering a plea to Negligent Operation. He received NO LOSS OF LICENSE through the court.

July 2011 Client was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Possession of a Controlled Drug, as well as Transportation of a Controlled Drug by the Pelham Police Department after he was pulled over for erratic driving. He refused field sobriety tests as well as the breathalyzer test.  Attorney Wilson was able to negotiate the matter which resulted in the DWI and Transportation of a Controlled Drug charges being dismissed.  Client received a fine for the charge of Possession of a Controlled Drug.

July 2011 After being observed by a Hudson Police Department officer swerving while operating her motor vehicle, Client was pulled over. The officer further observed the strong odor of alcohol; Client admitted to having several drinks that evening and also to have consumed Lorazapam. She was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. After negotiations with the prosecutor, Attorney Wilson was able to have this charge reduced to Reckless Operation, for which Client received a fine and a 60 day loss of license.  Her ALS suspension was dismissed after hearing.

July 2011 Client was arrested by the Amherst Police Department for Possession of a Controlled Drug. The officer observed the odor of marijuana coming from Client’s vehicle after he was pulled over for speeding.  Through negotiations, Attorney Wilson resolved this matter as a continued without a finding for one year, to be DISMISSED, upon Client’s good behavior.

July 2011 Client was pulled over by the Hudson Police Department for driving erratically.  After the officer’s observations of his driving, performance on the field sobriety tests and his refusal of the pre-breathalyzer test, our Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.  At the police station he submitted to the breathalyzer test which resulted in a .13 blood alcohol content.  After a Motion to Suppress was submitted and granted at trial in the Nashua District Court, Client was found NOT GUILTY.

July 2011 Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated after he was stopped by New Hampshire State Police for swerving and crossing into the other lane on Route 3. After field sobriety test were performed, the Trooper determined that the Client was unfit to operate a motor vehicle and was intoxicated.   After negotiations with the New Hampshire State Police, Attorney Wilson was able to have the charge reduced to Reckless Operation.

June 2011 Client was charge with Operating While a Habitual Offender – a felony.  Attorney Wilson was able to arrange that this charge be reduced to Operation After Suspension 2nd Offense. Client received a deferred sentence and avoided jail time.

June 2001 Client was initially stopped for speeding and a yellow line violation.  The officer detected an odor of alcohol immediately upon contact with Client.  Client allegedly failed all field sobriety tests.  At the Nashua Police Department, Client submitted to a breathalyzer test which resulted in a .19 BAC. He was charged with Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated.  Attorney Wilson was able to negotiate this matter and the police department prosecutor agreed to reduce the charge to Driving While Intoxicated for which our Client received a six month loss of license.

June 2011 After being stopped by the Nashua Police Department, Client was pat frisked by the officer.  Marijuana was found on Client. Attorney Wilson resolved this matter by way of negotiation which resulted in the charge of Possession of a Controlled Drug being continued without a finding, to be DISMISSED, contingent on Client’s good behavior for 6 months.

June 2011 Client was pulled over after members of the Manchester Police Department observed her drive over a sidewalk.  The officer observed the odor of alcohol and Client subsequently failed field sobriety tests.  She was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated after she admitted to the officer that she should not have been driving. Attorney Wilson was able to resolve the matter by way of plea.  Client received a 9 month loss of license which was reduced to 3 months after her enrollment in an Impaired Driver Intervention Program.  Her Administrative License Suspension (an additional 6 month loss of license) was withdrawn as part of the agreement.

June 2011 Client was charged with Operation After Suspension and Operating With a Suspend Registration.  Through agreement, these complaints were dismissed.

June 2011 Client was involved in a motor vehicle accident wherein he hit a telephone pole. He was arrested be the Nashua Police Department for Driving While Intoxicated.  He allegedly failed all field sobriety tests and later refused the breathalyzer test.  Negotiations with the prosecutor resulted in the DWI charge being reduced to Reckless Operation.

June 2011 Client was arrested for by the Pelham Police Department after performing poorly on field sobriety tests.  Client refused the breathlyzer test.  Attorney Wilson resolved this matter prior to trial and the Driving While Intoxicated charge was reduced to Negligent Operation for which our Client received a small fine and NO LOSS OF LICENSE.

June 2011 Client was stopped for erratic operation in Hudson.  The officer asked her to submit to field sobriety test. At the conclusion of the tests, Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated 2nd Offense. After filing a Motion to Suppress Due to the Lack of Reasonable Suspicion to Stop Vehicle, Attorney Wilson was able to have this matter resolved wherein the DWI 2nd charge was reduced to Reckless Operation.

June 2011 Attorney Wilson’s Client was stopped by the Amherst Police Department for crossing over the fog line several times. Thereafter, she allegedly failed all field sobriety tests and was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. After trial in the Milford District Court, Client was found NOT GUILTY.

June 2011 Client was arrested by the Plymouth Police Department for Unlawful Possession of Alcohol/Intoxication.  Attorney Wilson was able to have the charge was amended to a town ordinance of Disorderly Actions.

June 2011 Attorney Wilson’s Client was stopped by Nashua Police Department for swerving on Route 3. He allegedly failed all field sobriety tests.  After trial in the Nashua District Court, our client was found NOT GUILTY of Driving While Intoxicated 2nd offense.  Further, his Administrative License Suspension (a 2 year loss of license for refusing the breathalyzer test) was also DISMISSED after a hearing at the DMV.  This client was facing a potential 5 year loss of license and mandatory jail time which was all avoided.

May 2011 After cutting off traffic when pulling out of the VFW, Client was pulled over by the Merrimack Police Department.  The officer immediately noticed the odor of alcohol.  After Client’s performance on the field sobriety tests, the officer placed him under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated. He submitted to a breathalyzer test which resulted in a .09 BAC.  Attorney Wilson arranged to have this charge was reduced to Reckless Operation. The Administrative License Suspension was DISMISSED.

May 2011 Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated – Underage after the Nashua Police Department received a report of a hit and run accident and witnesses identified the car involved.  Client was asked to submit to a breathlyzer test which resulted in a .07 BAC.  After a review of the police reports, Attorney Wilson submitted various motions to suppress in this matter.  Negotiations resulted in the police department agreeing to conditionally nol pros (or dismiss) this offense contingent on Client good behavior for six months.

May 2011 During a traffic stop the Windham Police Deparment officer noted a distinct odor of alcohol from Client.  After conducting field sobriety tests, Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.  Client agreed to submit to a blood test which resulted in a .19 alcohol level; a new charge of Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated was brought forward.  Attorney Wilson’s negotiations in this case resulted in the Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated charge being DISMISSED.  Client received a 90 day loss of license for the lesser charge of Driving While Intoxicated.

May 2011 Nashua Police Department responded after they receive a report of a motor vehicle collision. A witness observed Client to have struck a stop sign and then drive away.  After running the plate number proved by witness, Client was they located and arrested for Driving While Intoxicated and Conduct After an Accident. Her breathalyzer test resulted in a .10 BAC.  Upon negotiating this matter, Attorney Wilson was able to resolve this case.  The DWI charge was reduced to Reckless Operation and the Conduct After an Accident charge was continued to be DISMISSED contingent on Client’s good behavior as well as her making payment of any restitution.

May 2011 Members of the Litchfield Police Department observed Client to be operating her vehicle in an extremely erratic manner and crossing over the yellow line multiple times.  Upon completion of field sobriety tests it was determined that Client was under the influence of alcohol and she was placed under arrest.  She submitted to a breathalyzer test which resulted in a .21 BAC.   Attorney Wilson was able to resolve this matter and have the Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated charge reduced to Driving While Intoxicated.

May 2011 Client was leaving a bar in Weare when he was pulled over for driving too slowly.  The officer claims to have observed a strong odor of alcohol and slurred speech. After Client allegedly failed all field sobriety tests he was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.  After trial, Client was found NOT GUILTY.  His ALS was previously dismissed after hearing.

May 2011 Client (under 21) was stopped by members of the New Hampshire State Police for swerving while driving on the highway. He allegedly failed field sobriety tests and admitted to the Trooper that he had consumed beer prior to driving.  He submitted to the breathalyzer test which resulted in a .09 BAC.  He was arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated – underage. After negotiations with the prosecutor, Attorney Wilson was able to get the charge reduced to Reckless Operation.

May 2011 Client was arrested by the Nashua Police Department for Driving While Intoxicated.  Attorney Wilson’s negotiations with the prosecutor resulted in this matter being reduced to Reckless Operation.

May 2011 Attorney Wilson’s Client was arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated at a Sobriety Checkpoint in Allenstown, New Hampshire. The police department alleged that Client failed all field sobriety tests.  Client was found NOT GUILTY after trial. An additional charge of Open Container of Alcohol was dismissed due to the police department’s failure to comply with department search guidelines.

May 2011 An officer from the Londonderry Police Department observed Client crossing the lines and initiated a motor vehicle stop. The officer further observed a strong odor of alcohol. After field sobriety tests, Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated .  He later refused blood testing. After negotiating this matter with the prosecutor, Attorney Wilson was able to have the DWI reduced to Reckless Operation.

May 2011 Attorney Wilson’s Client, a college student at UNH, was arrested by police after a warrant was issued for Possession of a Controlled Drug (felony) for being in possession of drugs in his dorm room. Due to the Client’s lack of a previous record, negotiations with prosecutor at the Strafford County Attorney’s Office resulted in Client being able to complete a Felony Diversion Program, which required that he complete community service hours, a tour of the New Hampshire State Prison and he had to remain of good behavior.

 April 2011 Client was charged with Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated after he was in an accident and crashed his vehicle into a snow bank. He agreed to submit to a breathalyzer test which resulted in a .21 BAC.  Attorney Wilson was able to negotiate this matter which resulted in the charge being reduced to Driving While Intoxicated for which Client received a 6 month loss of license.

April 2011 Client was charged with fourteen (14) counts of Obtaining a Controlled Drug By Fraud – all felony charges.  Attorney Wilson was able to resolve this matter with the prosecutor where in 2 counts were reduced to misdemeanors for which Client received a 12 month suspended sentence. The remaining 12 felonies were DISMISSED.

April 2011 Client was charged with Criminal Mischief and Criminal Trespass by members of the Manchester Police Department.  Attorney Wilson was able to negotiate this matter and the charges were dismissed.

April 2011 Based on poor performance of field sobriety tests, Client was arrested for Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated by the Nashua Police Department.  After submitted to the breathalyzer test, the result was a .18.  Attorney Wilson was able to resolve this matter by way of plea. The charge was reduced to the lesser charge of Driving While Intoxicated and Client received a 9 month loss of license which was reduced to 3 months after his enrollment in an Impaired Driver Intervention Program.  His Administrative License was withdrawn as part of the agreement.

April 2011 Client was arrest and charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Transportation of a Controlled Drug, Transportation of an Open Container, Unlawful Possession of Weapons, and Possession of a Controlled Drug. Through negotiations with the Bedford Police Department, Attorney Wilson was able to get the DWI charge reduced to a Reckless Operation, all other charges were dismissed.

April 2011 Client was arrested and charged with Criminal Trespass, Criminal Mischief & Simple Assault after she entered her ex- boyfriend’s apartment in Manchester without invitation and refused to leave. Afterwards, the ex-boyfriend forced her out of the apartment.  After negotiations with the Manchester City Solicitor’s Office, Attorney Wilson was able to convince the prosecutor to nol pros (or dismiss) the charges conditional on Client’s good behavior.

April 2011 Client was pulled over for crossing the solid yellow line and for driving “erratically”.  The Nashua Police Department officer noted that Client had bloodshot eyes and that he observed a strong odor of alcohol. Client was subsequently charged with Driving While Intoxicated. At trial in the Nashua District Court he was found NOT GUILTY.

March 2011 Client was passenger in a vehicle which was stopped for a motor vehicle infraction.  The officer noticed what he believed to be marijuana in the vehicle.  All occupants were asked out of the vehicle and it was subsequently searched. Located in Client’s bag was approximately 7-8 grams of marijuana, as well as a pipe and scale.  He was charges with Possession of a Controlled Drug with the Intent to Distribute – a felony. Through negotiations with the Milford Police Department, Attorney Wilson was able to arrange that the felony charge be reduced to a misdemeanor for which our Client received a small fine and was required to complete 30 hours of community service.

March 2011 Officers from the Nashua Police Department were dispatched to a single car accident.  Client struck granite curbing and hit a median; her car sustained heavy front end damage and air bags were deployed. Client admitted to drinking and was on her way home. Due to injuries, Client was unable to perform field sobriety tests and was transported to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center.  The officer placed her under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated as it was obvious she was impaired.  Attorney Wilson was able to negotiate this matter and the DWI charge was reduced to Reckless Operation for which Client received a 60 day loss of license.  Her Administrative License Suspension was DISMISSED after hearing.

March 2011 Client was arrested for the Driving While Intoxicated.  After negotiations, Attorney Wilson was able to convince the prosecutor to reduce the charge to Reckless Operation, for which Client received a 60 day loss of license.  His Administrative License Suspension was DISMISSED.

March 2011 Client was pulled over by the Amherst Police Department after officer observed him to cross over the yellow line multiple times. Officer further observed odor of alcohol.  Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.  Attorney Wilson was then able to resolve this matter with the prosecutor resulting in the Driving While Intoxicated charge being DISMISSED.  A new charge of Reckless Operation was brought forward for which Client received a 60 day loss of license. His ALS was DISMISSED after hearing.

March 2011 After observing Client walk unsteadily to her car, a Nashua Police Department officer stopped her to ensure she was able to operate her vehicle safely.  After allegedly failing all field sobriety tests she was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. At trial in the Nashua District Court, Attorney Wilson’s Client was found NOT GUILTY. Further, her Administrative License Suspension was dismissed after hearing at the DMV.

March 2011 A call was placed to the Hudson Police Department regarding a possible impaired driver; a witness reported that they observed our client driving off the road and crossing into oncoming traffic.  Hudson Police Department responded to Client’s residence and located him in the driver’s seat of his car. Due to medical issues, Client was unable to perform the field sobriety tests. Due to possible intoxication and medical conditions, he was transported to the hospital and advised that he was being charged with Driving While Intoxicated. At the hospital blood was taken and later requested by the police department.  The results were .18 blood alcohol concentration.   Through negotiation, Attorney Wilson was able to get the Driving While Intoxicated charge reduced to Negligent Operation for which our client received a small fine and no loss of license.

March 2011 Client was charged by the Attorney General’s Office with Theft By Unauthorized Taking and Computer Crimes during the course of his employment for allegedly submitting fictitious payroll records.  After a 9-day trial at the Hillsborough County Superior Court – Southern District, Attorney Wilson was successful in convincing the Judge as she DISMISSED all 10 computer related offense misdemeanors and his client was found NOT GUILTY by the jury on 3 indictments of Theft By Unauthorized Taking.

March 2011Client was arrested for Simple Assault – Domestic Violence.  Attorney Wilson negotiated this matter and the charge was conditionally nol prossed (dismissed) contingent on Clients good behavior for six months.

March 2011 Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated 2nd Offense. After Attorney Wilson filed various motions to suppress the prosecutor determined that the State’s case would be severely weakened.  Accordingly, the charge was DISMISSED.  Further, Client’s Administrative License Suspension was also DISMISSED.

March 2011 Client was arrest by members of the Merrimack Police Department for Driving While Intoxicated after he was found sleeping in his car with the engine running.  The charge was dismissed by the prosecutor after negotiations which established the client had no intention of driving.

February 2011 Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated; the result of the breathalyzer test was a .14 BAC.  After hearing at the Department of Safety regarding the Administrative License Suspension, the 6 month loss of license was DISMISSED.  After negotiations with the prosecutor, Attorney Wilson was able to resolve this matter by having the charge reduced to Reckless Operation.

February 2011 Client was arrested by members of the Merrimack Police Department for Driving While Intoxicated after a motor vehicle stop for speeding. The officer detected an odor of alcohol while speaking with Client. She was arrested after allegedly failing field sobriety tests. At trial in Merrimack District Court she was found NOT GUILTY.

February 2011 Client was pulled over for traveling 83 mph in a 55 mph zone by the New Hampshire State Police.  Client admitted to 3 drinks prior to driving. She was subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated after allegedly failing field sobriety tests. Client refused the breathalyzer test at the State Police barracks.  Attorney Wilson was able to his matter was resolved by way of plea wherein the DWI charge was nol prossed (or dismissed) and a new charge of Reckless Operation was brought forward.

February 2011 Client was arrested by the Hudson Police Department for Conduct After an Accident, Driving After Suspension, Suspended Registration and Negligent Driving. After a motor vehicle accident, Client walked away from the scene.  A witness reported the accident to police.  An officer stopped Client while he was walking to question him about the circumstances.  It was later discovered that his operating privileges were in fact suspended.  After Attorney Wilson negotiated this matter with the prosecutor, all charges were DISMISSED, with exception of the Negligent Operation, for which he received a small fine.

January 2011 Client was pulled over by an officer of the Stratham Police Department for crossing over the yellow line, as well as the fog line. The officer claims to have observed the odor of alcohol immediately upon making contact with Client.  After failing field sobriety tests, Client was placed under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated.  The officer also located cocaine on Client’s person as well as marijuana and pills in the vehicle; he was charged with Possession of a Controlled Drug – one count felony, one count misdemeanor.  After negotiating this case, Attorney Wilson was able to arrange that Client would plead guilty to DWI and Possession of a Controlled Drug – misdemeanor; the felony charge would be DISMISSED.

January 2011 Attorney Wilson’s Client was arrest and charges with Driving While Intoxicated.  After negotiations this matter was reduced to Negligent Operation for which Client received a 14 day loss of license.

January 2011 After being arrest for Driving While Intoxicated by members of the Pelham Police Department, Attorney Wilson was able to negotiate with the prosecutor and the charge was dismissed by agreement.  Client avoided a loss of license and conviction.  

January 2011 Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated 2nd Offense after an officer from the Nashua Police Department observed her fail to yield for pedestrians in cross walk on Main Street.  The officer observed her to have an odor of alcohol as well as bloodshot eyes. Further, she allegedly failed field sobriety test. Attorney Wilson went forward to trial in this matter before the Nashua District Court and our Client was found NOT GUILTY.

January 2011 Client was arrested and charged with Possession of a Controlled Narcotic, Oxycodone & Possession of a Controlled Drug, marijuana, both felonies, after members of the Windham Police Department were called to a gas station with a complaint of two men sleeping in a vehicle at a gas pump.  After observing the individuals, the officer received consent from both to search their persons.  After the search of our Client, the officer located a small plastic baggie in his pocket, one bag contained 12 pills and the other contained marijuana.  Through negotiations with the prosecutor, Attorney Wilson was able to get the felony charges reduced to misdemeanors for which Client received suspended sentences.  Client was able to avoid both felony convictions and jail time.

Previous Case Results

December 2010 After an altercation at a Manchester bar, Attorney Wilson’s Client was charged with Second Degree Assault (felony) and Simple Assault (class A misdemeanor).  After a 5 day trial, the jury was unable to come to a unanimous decision, the felony charge of Second Degree Assault was dismissed. He was found guilty of the misdemeanor charge and sentenced to 6 months in the House of Corrections with all but 30 days suspended.

December 2010 After being stopped for excessive speed by the Hudson Police Department, the officer observed that Client had mumbled speech, bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol.   After allegedly failing all field sobriety tests and submitting to the preliminary breath test with a result of .095 BAC, Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated 2nd Offense.  Attorney Wilson filed various Motions to Suppress with the Nashua District Court; then through negotiations with the prosecutor, DWI 2nd Offense was DISMISSED.  His Administrative License Suspension was also DISMISSED after hearing at the DMV.

November 2010 Client was operating a 10-wheel truck when the New Hampshire State Police received a report that the vehicle was being operated erratically; the Trooper also observed the vehicle swerve and strike the rumble strips on the highway.  Client was subsequently pulled over and the Trooper request to exit the truck. After field sobriety tests, Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Attorney Wilson went forward to trial in this matter at the Derry District Court and Client was found NOT GUILTY.

November 2010 Client was driving in Pelham with no lights on. An officer pulled him over and observed an odor of alcohol.  It was requested that he step from the vehicle for field sobriety tests.  At the completion of the test, the officers requested that he take a preliminary breath test which resulted in a .127 BAC. He was subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Attorney Wilson was able to negotiate this case with the prosecutor resulting in the DISMISSAL of the DWI charge.

November 2010 Client entered a vacant house with friends and started the woodstove.  While the involved parties slept, the fire grew out of control. After attempting to put the fire out, Client and his friends ran from the burning house.  The house subsequently burned to the ground.  He was charged with Arson (class A felony) & Criminal Trespass (misdemeanor). After negotiations with the Merrimack County Attorney’s Office, Attorney Wilson was able to have the class A felony reduced to misdemeanor charge for which our client received a 12 month suspended sentence.

October 2010 After being stopped by the Nashua Police Department for several traffic violations, Attorney Wilson’s Client was subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. At trial before the Nashua District Court she was found NOT GUILTY.

October 2010 Client was observed by officer of crossing over the yellow line, as well as the fog line, while driving.  She was subsequently arrested by the Merrimack Police Department for Driving While Intoxicated.  Attorney Wilson went to trial in this case in the Merrimack District Court his Client was found NOT GUILTY.

October 2010 Client was pulled over at night for failing to have his headlights on.  Once pulled over, the officer observed slow speech and bloodshot/glossy eyes and detected an odor of alcohol. He was arrested by the Nashua Police Department and charged with Driving While Intoxicated. He refused all field sobriety tests and breathalyzer test. After negotiations, Client plead guilty only to the offense of to Operating Without Headlights When Required. He received NO LOSS OF LICENSE through the Court and his Administrative License Suspension was DISMISSED after a hearing at the Department of Motor Vehicles.

October 2010 Client was arrest for Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated and Driving While Intoxicated 2nd Offense after an accident in Litchfield, New Hampshire, wherein his car flipped and it was found resting on its roof.  Thereafter, Client was extracted from his car and brought to the hospital. The police department obtained the blood results from the hospital which resulted in a .35 blood alcohol content.  At trial in Merrimack District Court, Attorney Wilson was able to have the blood result excluded resulting in a NOT GUILTY finding on all charges.

September 2010 Our client was arrested for Simple Assault as well as two counts of Obstructing the Report of a Crime after an incident at his home. After negotiations and the complaining witness’ reluctance to testify, Attorney Wilson was able to have all charges DISMISSED.

August 2010 Client was observed by a New Hampshire State Police Trooper to be traveling slowly down the highway and weaving between the lines. He was subsequently stopped and later arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Due to an underlying back injury and eye problems, Attorney Wilson was able to file the proper motions with the Court to request the field sobriety tests be excluded from evidence.  Through negotiations with the prosecutor, the DWI charge was DISMISSED. A new charge was brought forward for a Yellow Line Violation for which Client received a $200.00 fine.

August 2010 After Client was stopped by members of the Salem Police Department for lane control, she was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Attorney Wilson was able to negotiate this matter with the prosecutor resulting in the DWI charge being DISMISSED. A new charge for Negligent Driving was brought forward for which she received a small fine.

July 2010 Attorney Wilson’s Client was pulled over by the Nashua Police Department for erratic driving.  He was subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated 2nd Offence.  Client refused the breathalyzer test.  At trial in the Nashua District Court he was found NOT GULITY.  His Administrative License Suspension was also DISMISSED after a hearing at the DMV (a potential 2 year loss of license).

July 2010 Client was driving home from work through Pelham, New Hampshire.  An officer observed her to be speeding and crossing over the yellow line.  Client allegedly failed field sobriety tests and was arrest for Driving While Intoxicated, Possession of a Controlled Drug – Oxycodone (felony), Speed and Solid Line Violation.  After negotiations with the prosecutor, the charges of DWI and Possession were DISMISSED. For the remaining violations she received a 30 day loss of license and two small fines.

 July 2010 After a roll over motor vehicle accident on Route 3 in Merrimack, Client was arrested by members of the New Hampshire State Police.  The troopers observed the odor of alcohol coming from Client, his eyes were bloodshot and his speech was heavily slurred.  At the hospital, the Trooper advised Client he was under arrest for Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated and Driving While Intoxicated. Client refused to submit to a blood test.  The New Hampshire State Police seized the blood samples from the hospital for testing in the state lab.  The results were a .237 blood alcohol content.   After a Motion to Suppress the blood results was granted by the court, Attorney Wilson was able to negotiate this matter with the prosecutor who agreed to DISMISS the charges and bring forward a new charge of Reckless Operation.

June 2010 Client sold cocaine to an Informant for the Hudson Police Department on two separate occasions.  He was subsequently charged with two counts of Sale of a Narcotic Drug (felony)

After successfully negotiating this matter with the Hillsborough County Attorney’s Office, Attorney Wilson was able to have this offense reduced to a misdemeanor charge and our client received a 12 month suspended sentence.

June 2010 Client was attempting to pull out onto a busy street in Atkinson, New Hampshire. After waiting at the stop sign for five minutes in his work truck, Client pulled out into the intersection when there was a clearing.  At the last minute he saw a motorcyclist and could not accelerate fast enough to get out of his way.  The motorcycle collided with the truck resulting in the fatality of the driver of the motorcycle.  Client was charged with Vehicular Assault. After filing a Motion to Dismiss and Memorandum of Law in Support of Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss, Attorney Wilson was able to resolve the case by way of plea.  The felony charge of Vehicular Assault was reduced to a misdemeanor charge of Reckless Operation.

April 2010 Client was indicted for Possession of a narcotic Drug – Cocaine & Operating After Suspension – 2nd Offence. Through negotiations with the Hillsborough County Attorney’s Office, Attorney Wilson was able to negotiate this matter resulting in the felony charges being reduced to misdemeanors for which Client incurred a suspended sentence and a small fine.

February 2010 After being stopped for a traffic violation, Attorney Wilson’s Client was arrested by members of the Moultonborough Police Department for Driving While Intoxicated. Client refused to submit to a breathalyzer test or blood test. At trial at the District Court for Northern Carroll County he was found NOT GUILTY.

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