Mark Stevens practices in
Attorney Stevens has received not guilty verdicts on Aggravated DWI charges involving alleged breath test readings of .31, .29, .25, .24 and .23, and blood test cases with blood test results of .25, .23, .20 and .19. He has also achieved numerous other victories in breath and blood test cases, assaults, resisting arrest, drug charges, underage alcohol charges and numerous other criminal and motor vehicle charges. He has won administrative license suspension hearings at the New Hampshire Department of Safety on charges ranging from speeding tickets to manslaughter.
In 2015 he was selected as a New England Super Lawyer in the field of DUI/DWI defense by Superlawyers.com. Attorney Stevens has obtained a perfect 10.0 AVVO rating (the highest attainable rating), every year since 2011 by avvo.com, the year those ratings began.
Attorney Stevens is also experienced in appeals and post-conviction proceedings. He has received concentrated appellate training, including federal appellate defense training and appeals and post-conviction training at the Massachusetts Committee for Public Counsel Services. Attorney Stevens obtained notable reversals of DWI convictions in the reported decisions of State v. Duffy (New Hampshire Supreme Court; reversing conviction for DWI due to violation of the defendant's Miranda rights), Commonwealth v. Ouellette (Massachusetts Appeals Court, reversing conviction for OUI-third offense due to violation of the defendant's due process rights during jury selection), and State v. Sharkey in the New Hampshire Supreme Court, in which he obtained a reversal of a DWI conviction (that carried a lifetime license loss) based on a violation of the defendant's Sixth Amendment right to effective assistance of counsel grounds.
2006 he obtained a reversal in the Massachusetts Appeals Court of a probation
violation for failure to submit to random drug testing in the case of Commonwealth v. LaCreisha
Edgerly. In 2011, he obtained the reversal of a
Stevens has taught continuing legal education (CLE) courses on DWI topics to
other criminal defense lawyers in
Stevens is the editor of A Practical
Guide to Trying DWI Cases in New Hampshire, published by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education
("MCLE"), Inc. Attorney Stevens is the
editor of this 2010 New Hampshire DWI textbook and the chapter author for two
of the chapters. Attorney Stevens co-authored
Juror Voir Dire
in Massachusetts Criminal Practice, published by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education ("MCLE"), Inc. in
2015. He completed the National College
of DUI Defense eleven times. In 2005, he
was appointed to the Board of Directors of the American Association of DWI
Trial Lawyers (AADTL). He is currently
co-authoring another legal textbook scheduled for release in 2015. He has appeared as a legal analyst on
television and radio. He also hosts his
own weekly radio show, The Attorney Mark
Stevens Show on WSMN Radio AM 1590 in
Stevens received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the
Stevens is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in
Law Offices of Mark Stevens is located at
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