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Judge’s overturning of conviction led to prosecutor’s decision not to retry

“I admire them. I think they were trying to do the right thing. Substance abuse is a horrible plague on society,” Starbranch concluded. https://www.unionleader.com/news/courts/judge-s-overturning-of-conviction-led-to-prosecutor-s-decision/article_483fdc10-cbc2-5531-a42f-c0c2248190e2.html

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Charges dropped in Alton fentanyl-blowing case

“I admire Eric Weil, and I applaud his motive,” Harry Starbranch said. “He was trying to do the right thing” by calling the police to come and remove this man who had been using drugs at Weil’s house. Starbranch said the main issue in the trial was whether incidental exposure to fentanyl is potentially fatal. Read More

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Starbranch Law in the News!

Prosecution drops ‘blown fentanyl’ assault on officer charge judge tossed after jury guilty verdict Defense Attorney Harry Starbranch Jr. of Portsmouth filed a motion to overturn the verdict arguing there was no evidence that the opioid was a deadly weapon or that Officer Fellows ingested any of it. On Nov. 1, Judge James D. O’Neill Read More

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What To Do When You’re Charged With A DWI

What to do when you’re charged with a DWI Facing a DWI (driving while intoxicated) offense can drastically alter your life. Depending on the circumstances, a DWI offense can range from a class B misdemeanor to a felony offense. These are not simple traffic tickets, which you can effectively pay and promptly forgotten. You need Read More

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Do police really need to read you the Miranda rights?

On behalf of Starbranch Law on Thursday, October 18, 2018. Getting arrested and facing criminal charges is a frightening experience. The desire to walk away without a conviction is strong, and people often start immediately doing mental gymnastics in an attempt to mitigate the potential damages from their brush with the law. Planning a defense Read More

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Installing an IID: First step to regaining a license after a DWI

On behalf of Starbranch Law on Tuesday, September 18, 2018. There are many unfortunate consequences for getting convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI) in New Hampshire. Those penalties vary, depending on the criminal history of the person involved. They can include jail time and serious fines. One of the longest lasting consequences of a DWI, Read More

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When a tragic car crash leads to negligent homicide charges in NH

On behalf of Starbranch Law on Tuesday, August 21, 2018. Car accidents can often have tragic and unintended consequences. Sometimes, a simple mistake like glancing down at a phone while behind the wheel can mean the difference between life and death for someone sharing the road with you. If you have experienced a car crash Read More

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Is stalking a form of domestic violence?

On behalf of Starbranch Law on Monday, July 23, 2018. If you have been accused of domestic violence in the state of New Hampshire, it is important to know that it is a very serious charge, and can result in jail time. Many people accused of domestic violence can be confused in regard to what Read More

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Always watch what you say to the police

On behalf of Starbranch Law on Monday, June 25, 2018. Any time that you speak to police, whether they stop you while driving or simply ask you a question on the street, you must take great care to guard what you say. Anything you say to an officer of the law may come back to Read More

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College students abusing prescribed drugs could lose big

On behalf of Starbranch Law on Thursday, May 24, 2018. For many young people, college is a time of experimentation. They will learn as much through their social encounters and personal mistakes in the years of higher education as they will in classes. College is when students learn to make wise decisions, provide for their Read More

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