Attorney Hynes, the N.H. DWI GUY serves all of Hillsborough county NH and has experience at Nashua District Court representing clients charged with driving under the influence in New Hampshire. The N.H. DWI Guy's Nashua office is conveniently located a couple of blocks from both Nashua District Court and Hillsborough South Superior Court.
Please note, Nashua District Court has recently relocated. It is now located at 30 Spring St, in the Superior Court building.
Directions to the Nashua Office: (Map Below)
Everett Turnpike to:
Exit 5 to merge onto NH-111 E/W Hollis St toward Nashua 1.0 miContinue straight onto Kinsley St/Main Dunstable Rd/New Dunstable RdContinue to follow Kinsley St 1.4 mi past St. Joseph's Hospital.Turn left onto Main St (Southern New Hampshire Medical Center is at that intersection) 151 ft 12. Take the 1st left onto Mulberry StDestination will be on the right
Mulberry St. is across the street from CVS parking, and diaganolly across from Southern New Hampshire Medical Center. Please note, there is a no left turn onto Mulberry, although you would be traveling the correct way. It is a one way road, in that direction. In order to not make an illegal left turn, you may either make a safe, lawful, u-turn on Main St, or otherwise turn around further up the street. 5 1/2 Mulberry is the green building 2-3 buildings down on your right.
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NH CIRCUIT COURT 9th Circuit – District Division – Nashua 30 Spring Street, Suite 101 Nashua, NH 03060
However, the Clerk's office closes at 1 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday.
Nashua Police Station
0 Panther DriveNashua, New Hampshire 03061(603) 594-3500
Recent results of the N.H. DWI GUY from 2011 at Nashua District Court include:
December 2011 Charge: Aggravated Driving while intoxicated
Location: Nashua District Court
Driver charged with DWI. Blood test came back .20 (two and a half times the legal limit). After addressing a possible issue with the blood results, the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the aggravated dwi in exchange for the minimum license loss on a standard dwi.
Result: Aggravated DWI Dismissed/not brought forward, no jail time, no 12 month license loss or 7 day multiple offender DWI program. Client received 90 day license loss & $620 fine.
September 2011 Charge: DWI Second Offense
Client charged with a second offense dwi & for refusing a breath test. Facing 3+ years license loss, mandatory jail time, and an interlock device if convicted of the 2nd offense DWI and 2 year loss of license for refusing the breath test.
Result: Reduced to first offense DWI, No jail or interlock device. Prosecution withdrew license loss for refusing the breath test.
July 2011 Charges: Aggravated DWI & 1st offense DWI
Location: Nashua District Court - State Police
Client charged with Aggravated DWI for blowing .23. Defense counsel got the breath tests independently tests. The tests came back outside the margin of error. After discussing this with the prosecutor, as well as other potential issues with the case, the State agreed to dismiss the Aggravated DWI in exchange for a plea to a 6 month loss of license on a standard DWI. The same license loss client has for testing over .08. The license loss will run at the same time.
June 2011 Charge: DWI
Location: Nashua District Court - Nashua Police
Client, who is in the military, charged with DWI. A conviction would have given him a criminal record, and likely had serious consequences on his military career.
Result: DWI dismissed, plea to reckless conduct. No misdemeanor conviction/criminal record.
May 2011 Charge: DWI
Location: Nashua District Court - Hudson Police
Client allegedly swerved, crossed yellow line 3 times, fog line once, failed field sobriety tests, thick tounged speech, and gave a breath sample of .16. Attorney Hynes argued the admissibility of the breath sample and it was kept out of evidence.
Result: Not guilty of DWI, likely saved client from being deemed a habitual offender.
February 2011 Charge: DWI Drugs & DWI Alcohol
Client involved in a car accident, failed field sobriety tests, and refused to give a blood sample. After peviously winning at the administrative license suspension hearing, the State fully dismissed the charges on the day of trial.
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