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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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When does a New Hampshire DWI charge become a felony?

On behalf of Starbranch Law posted in blog on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. Any criminal charge is a serious concern, but those that are felonies usually carry the harshest penalties. If you find yourself or a loved one facing a driving while intoxicated (DWI) charge, you may want to educate yourself more about how New Read More

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Don’t discount New Hampshire’s penalties for drunk driving

On behalf of Starbranch Law posted in blog on Friday, March 23, 2018. Drunk driving is a serious criminal act that many people tend to discount because they don’t see the big deal about having a few drinks and getting behind the wheel of a vehicle. Some individuals might even think that they can handle Read More

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6 defenses against a murder charge

On behalf of Starbranch Law posted in blog on Monday, February 26, 2018. Murder is the highest-level crime in New Hampshire, and a conviction of murder could come with the highest consequence — the death penalty. For this reason, those accused of murder should use any criminal defense strategy that could help them avoid convictions. Read More

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Breathalyzer results are not always reliable

On behalf of Starbranch Law posted in blog on Monday, January 29, 2018. When a police officer determines that a driver is too intoxicated to drive using the results of a breathalyzer, the driver may think that there is nothing he or she can do to fight the charges. This a normal feeling, but drivers Read More

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Possession of marijuana with intent still carries harsh penalties

On behalf of Starbranch Law posted in blog on Tuesday, December 26, 2017. Many states have decided to legalize marijuana for medicinal or adult recreational use. A number of states and quite a few cities have also chosen to decriminalize possession of a small amount of marijuana for personal use. Social attitudes toward marijuana have Read More

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Underage drinking could cause major issues for your teen

On behalf of Starbranch Law posted in blog on Monday, November 27, 2017. The teenage years are often a time of social growth, self-discovery and mistakes. Young adults grow and mature as they make poor decisions and learn from the consequences of their actions. Usually, those mistakes involve consequences like a headache from dehydration, failing Read More

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Don’t let drug charges threaten your education

On behalf of Starbranch Law posted in Criminal Defense on Thursday, April 27, 2017. As a young college student or a young person looking forward to college, you should do everything you can to make sure that your education and future do not run off the rails if you make a simple mistake. Of course, Read More

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New Hampshire DWI charges can completely change your life

On behalf of Starbranch Law posted in Criminal Defense on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. Sometimes, a mistake can change your life forever. You may have felt like you were fine to drive, but law enforcement felt otherwise. Perhaps you failed a field sobriety test because you’ve always been clumsy. Maybe your breathalyzer test was falsely Read More

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I was accused of negligent homicide after a car crash

On behalf of Starbranch Law posted in Criminal Defense on Friday, March 3, 2017. After a fatal car accident, all of the focus will be on remembering the person who died. The grieving of the victim’s family members and friends will also be an important concern. However, another person is usually suffering just as much Read More

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