DWI Lawyers | DUI Attorneys | Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Portsmouth New Hampshire DWI Lawyer

Attorney Hynes, the N.H. DWI GUY serves all of Rockingham county NH and has experience representing clients charged with driving under the influence at Portsmouth District Court (Covering Portsmouth and the towns of Newington, Greenland, Rye, and New Castle). DWI GUY has an office in Portsmouth. Phone consultations available 7 days a week.

Portsmouth Office Location:

155 Fleet St.            Portsmouth, NH 03803

Office hours by Appointment only.

Call today to schedule your office appointment: (603) 384-3264

Directions:(Map Below)

I-95 toward Portsmouth
Take exit 7 for Market St toward Portsmouth/Downtown
Turn right onto Market St     
Turn right onto Hanover St     
Turn left onto Fleet St

Destination will be on the left

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Portsmouth District Court
111 Parrott Avenue
Portsmouth, NH 03801-4490


Portsmouth Police Department

3 Junkins Avenue, Portsmouth, NH
(603) 427-1500


Rockingham County Results include:

August 2011 Charges:  Driving under the influence (DUI)

Location: Exeter District Court -

Client charged with driving under the influence. Plea offer to dismiss the DUI in exchange for a conviction for reckless driving.

Result: No DWI Conviction * Attorney Hynes handled the plea negotiations, while Attorney Skoropowski handled the plea hearing itself.

June 2011 Charge: DWI ability impaired & DWI Per Se (over .08)

Location: Exeter District Court

At trial, during cross examination of the officer, DWI GUY was able to show the officer did not sufficiently remember the events. Defense objected to the testimony and move to strike it from the record. The Court took the matter under consideration, and eventually issued an order striking the testimony, and all evidence obtained after that point.

Result: Both DWIs dismissed.

March 2011 Location: Dover District Court

Client allegedly swerving all over the road. According to officer, client fails all three field sobriety tests. Produces a breath test result at the station of .09. Defense argued the test has a margin of error and may not have been properly administered. Defense explains how client could not do the field sobriety tests due to his age and physical limitations.

Result: Not guilty at trial. No License loss or DWI conviction!

Charge: DWI Drugs and DWI Alcohol

Portsmouth District Court

Client charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Blood test reportedly came back positive for alcohol, marijuana, and clonopin. After informing the prosecutor of the potential problems with the blood test, after confirming it with the State lab, the DWIs were dismissed and changed to reckless conduct.

Result: No DWI conviction.