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Liberty Legal Services
Attorney Dan Hynes
 
130 Brook St..
Manchester, NH 03102
(603) 583-4444
 
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List and Description of Crimes Handled

Below is a list of some of the Crimes Attorney Hynes has handled or can help represrent you on. Click on the link for more detailed information about the crime, as well as a link to the Criminal Statute regarding that crime.




Burglary

Burglary is a crime with two parts to it. First you must enter a building or occupied structure without being privileged to do so, essentially trespassing. And second you must enter with the intent on committing a crime inside the building.

Generally, Burglary is a Class B felony (up to 7 years in prison) unless you use a deadly weapon, cause bodily injury, or enter the premises at nighttime. Then it is a Class A Felony (up to 15 years in prison).

See RSA 635:1 for more details.


Criminal Mischief

Criminal Mischief is generally destroying/ damaging the property of another. It is either a misdemeanor or felony if the damage was more than $1000.

See RSA 634:2 for more details


Criminal Threatening

Criminal threatening is generally threatening to commit a crime against someone, or placing someone in fear of bodily injury. It can be a misdemeanor or felony.

See RSA 631:4 for more details.


Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly Conduct is one of the vaguest crimes, and one of the most easy crimes to be charged with. There are numerous different things that count as disorderly.

Disorderly Conduct includes:

(a) Engages in fighting or in violent, tumultuous or threatening behavior in a public place; or
(b) Directs at another person in a public place obscene, derisive, or offensive words which are likely to provoke a violent reaction on the part of an ordinary person; or
(c) Obstructs vehicular or pedestrian traffic on any public street or sidewalk or the entrance to any public building; or
(d) Engages in conduct in a public place which substantially interferes with a criminal investigation, a firefighting operation to which RSA 154:17 is applicable, the provision of emergency medical treatment, or the provision of other emergency services when traffic or pedestrian management is required; or
(e) Knowingly refuses to comply with a lawful order of a peace officer to move from or remain away from any public place; or
III. He purposely causes a breach of the peace, public inconvenience, annoyance or alarm, or recklessly creates a risk thereof, by:
(a) Making loud or unreasonable noises in a public place, or making loud or unreasonable noises in a private place which can be heard in a public place or other private places, which noises would disturb a person of average sensibilities; or
(b) Disrupting the orderly conduct of business in any public or governmental facility; or

Often this crime will involve speech, which is often protected under the First Amendment to the Constitution. Attorney Hynes has successfully had Disorderly Conduct charges dismissed based upon the First Amendment. If you are charged solely with Disorderly Conduct, based upon obscene or offensive words, Attorney Hynes will take your case pro bono, meaning free of charge. Attorney Hynes strongly advocates for the First Amendment, and questions the constitutionality of this statute.

See RSA 644:2 for more details


Domestic Violence

See the section of this website dealing with Domestic Violence.


Drug Crimes

See the section of this website dealing with Drug Crimes


DWI (All types)

DWI / DUI/ Driving while intoxicated / driving under the influence, is operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. In addition to possible jail time it has mandatory minimum license loss.

See the section of this website dealing with DWI, or visit my website www.nhdwiguy.com

 


Embezzlement

Embezzlement is a fancy word for theft from an employer. It is generally treated as theft, unless you are in a certain industry such as banking or insurance. See Theft or Fraud section for more details.

 


Extortion

Extortion is a theft crime with multiple ways to commit it. They include:

(a) Cause physical harm in the future to the person threatened or to any other person or to property at any time; or
(b) Subject the person threatened or any other person to physical confinement or restraint; or
(c) Engage in other conduct constituting a crime; or
(d) Accuse any person of a crime or expose him to hatred, contempt or ridicule; or
(e) Reveal any information sought to be concealed by the person threatened; or
(f) Testify or provide information or withhold testimony or information with respect to another's legal claim or defense; or
(g) Take action as an official against anyone or anything, or withhold official action, or cause such action or withholding; or
(h) Bring about or continue a strike, boycott or other similar collective action to obtain property which is not demanded or received for the benefit of the group which the actor purports to represent; or
(i) Do any other act which would not in itself substantially benefit him but which would harm substantially any other person with respect to that person's health, safety, business, calling, career, financial condition, reputation, or personal relationships.

Presently, in New Hampshire, you can also under certain circumstances be convicted of Extortion for threatening to sue someone if that lawsuit is frivolous.The law is unclear as to whether you have to have known the lawsuit was frivolous.

See RSA 637:5 for more details.



Failing to Register as a Sex Offender

If you have been convicted of certain sex crimes you must register as a sex offender. Failing to do so is a crime.

See RSA 651-B:1 for more details


Felony Assault

First Degree Assault is a class A felony. It includes:

(a) Purposely causes serious bodily injury to another; or
(b) Purposely or knowingly causes bodily injury to another by means of a deadly weapon, except that if the deadly weapon is a firearm, he shall be sentenced in accordance with RSA 651:2, II-g; or
(c) Purposely or knowingly causes injury to another resulting in miscarriage or stillbirth; or
(d) Knowingly or recklessly causes serious bodily injury to a person under 13 years of age.

Second Degree Assault is a class B Felony. It includes:

(a) Knowingly or recklessly causes serious bodily injury to another; or
(b) Recklessly causes bodily injury to another by means of a deadly weapon, except that if the deadly weapon is a firearm, he shall be sentenced in accordance with RSA 651:2, II-g; or
(c) Recklessly causes bodily injury to another under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life; or
(d) Purposely or knowingly causes bodily injury to a child under 13 years of age; or
(e) Recklessly or negligently causes injury to another resulting in miscarriage or stillbirth.

See RSA 631 for more details.


Fraud

Fraud is a form of theft, and there are multiple crimes that fall into the category of fraud. Some of the more common crimes include forgery, issuing bad checks, fraudulent use of a credit card, unauthorized access to a computer, insurance fraud, and identity fraud.
Fraud can be a misdemeanor or felony depending on the specific crime, and the value of the money
involved.


See RSA 638 for more details.


Habitual Offender

Habitual offender is one of the most serious traffic related offenses. In New Hampshire, you can be
deemed a habitual offender by committing as few as three offenses. Once you are considered a habitual
offender, you will lose your license for a long period of time, one to four years.

See RSA 259-39 for more detailed information.

 


Harassment


Harassment can be a domestic violence crime, but does not have to be. There are a few ways to commit harassment, including:
(a) Makes a telephone call, whether or not a conversation ensues, with no legitimate communicative
purpose or without disclosing his or her identity and with a purpose to annoy, abuse, threaten, or alarm
another; or
(b) Makes repeated communications at extremely inconvenient hours or in offensively coarse
language with a purpose to annoy or alarm another; or
(c) Insults, taunts, or challenges another in a manner likely to provoke a violent or disorderly
response; or
(d) Knowingly communicates any matter of a character tending to incite murder, assault, or arson;
or
(e) With the purpose to annoy or alarm another, communicates any matter containing any threat to
kidnap any person or to commit a violation of RSA 633:4; or a threat to the life or safety of another; or
(f) With the purpose to annoy or alarm another, having been previously notified that the recipient
does not desire further communication, communicates with such person, when the communication is not for a
lawful purpose or constitutionally protected.
Harassment is usually a misdemeanor.

See RSA 644-4 for more details.

 

Indecent Exposure

A person is guilty of a misdemeanor if such person fornicates, exposes his or her genitals, or performs any other act of gross lewdness under circumstances which he or she should know will likely cause affront or alarm.

Indecent exposure can be considered a sex crime, which could require you to register as a Sex Offender. It can be a misdemeanor or felony.

See RSA 645:1 for more details.


Internet Crimes

There are a few types of crimes that could be considered internet crimes. The common ones include
unauthorized use of a computer or computer related service, misuse of a computer, intelectual property
crimes, pornography including child pornography, and using the computer to solicit someone under the age
of 16 for sex
.


Computer crimes can range from misdemeanor to Class A felony (Up to 15 years in prison).

 

Kidnapping

A person is guilty of kidnapping if he knowingly confines another under his control with a purpose to:
(a) Hold him for ransom or as a hostage; or
(b) Avoid apprehension by a law enforcement official; or
(c) Terrorize him or some other person; or
(d) Commit an offense against him.
I-a. A person is guilty of kidnapping if the person knowingly takes, entices away, detains, or conceals any child under the age of 18 and unrelated to the person by consanguinity, or causes such child to be taken, enticed away, detained, or concealed, with the intent to detain or conceal such child from a parent, guardian, or other person having lawful physical custody of such child. This paragraph shall not apply to law enforcement personnel or department of health and human services personnel engaged in the conduct of their lawful duties.

Kidnapping is either a Class B or Class A felony. Kidnapping also can fall under a domestic violence crime.

See RSA 633:1 for more details.


License Suspension Hearings

There are a few different reasons the Department of motor vehicles can suspend your license. The more
common ones include being arrested for DWI and refusing to give a breat/blood sample, provifing a sample
over .08, too many points on your license from various offenses, failing to appear in court or pay a
fine, or other crimes that can affect your license, such as drugs in motor vehicles, or other alcohol// drug crimes. If you are under the age of 21 the rules related to your license can also be more strict.


See DWI or www.nhdwiguy.com for more details.


Murder

Murder, (homicide), is the most serious crime you can be charged with. You can be sentenced to life in
prison, or even sentenced to death.
The types of murder include capital murder, first degree murder, second degree murder, manslaughter,
negligent homicide, or aiding in a suicide.


See RSA 630 for more details.

 


Operating After Suspension

If you drive or operate your vehicle after your license is suspended,you can be charged with the crime of
operating after suspension. It can be a violation or misdemeanor depending on the circumstances. If you
were driving while your license was suspended related to a DWI, you face mandatory jail time. See http://nhdwiguy.com

See RSA 263-64 for more details.

 


Pornography

The crime of Pornography usually involves child pornography, but you can also be guilty of possessing
obscene material.
Conviction of Child pornography can be a class A felony (Up to 15 years in prison), or depending on
priors up to 30 years.

See RSA 649-A and 649-B for more details.
Obscene material is also a crime.
A person is guilty of a misdemeanor if he commits obscenity when, with knowledge of the nature of content
thereof, he:
(a) Sells, delivers or provides, or offers or agrees to sell, deliver or provide, any obscene
material; or
(b) Presents or directs an obscene play, dance or performance, or participates in that portion
thereof which makes it obscene; or
(c) Publishes, exhibits or otherwise makes available any obscene material; or
(d) Possesses any obscene material for purposes of sale or other commercial dissemination; or
For Obscenity see RSA 650


Possession of Drugs (All levels)

Penalties for Possession include:

(a) In the case of a controlled drug or its analog, classified in schedules I, II, III or IV, other than those specifically covered in this section, the person shall be guilty of a class B felony, except that notwithstanding the provisions of RSA 651:2, IV(a), a fine of not more than $25,000 may be imposed. If any person commits such a violation after one or more prior offenses as defined in RSA 318-B:27, such person shall be guilty of a class A felony, except that notwithstanding the provisions of RSA 651:2, IV(a), a fine of up to $50,000 may be imposed;
(b) In the case of a controlled drug or its analog classified in schedule V, the person shall be sentenced to a maximum term of imprisonment of not more than 3 years, a fine of not more than $15,000, or both. If a person commits any such violation after one or more prior offenses as defined in RSA 318-B:27, such person shall be guilty of a class B felony, except that notwithstanding the provisions of RSA 651:2, IV(a), a fine of not more than $25,000 may be imposed;
(c) In the case of more than 5 grams of hashish, the person shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, except that notwithstanding the provisions of RSA 651:2, IV(a), a fine of not more than $5,000 may be imposed.
(d) In the case of marijuana, including any adulterants or dilutants, or 5 grams or less of hashish, the person shall be guilty of a class A misdemeanor.

See N.H. RSA 318-B:26 for more detailed information.

See Drugs section for more details.


Prescription Drug Violations


See Drugs section for more details.

 


Prostitution

Both soliciting a prostitute, or engaging in sexual acts for anything of value is a misdemeanor or felony.
See RSA 645-2 for more details.


Rape / Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault is generally a crime where both people consent, however the law has determined that one of the people is incapable of consent, either by age, or because of the other person's authority over them by way of position. It includes what is commonly referred to as "statutory rape". It is a misdemeanor.

(a) When the actor subjects another person who is 13 years of age or older to sexual contact under any of the circumstances named in RSA 632-A:2.
(b) When the actor subjects another person, other than the actor's legal spouse, who is 13 years of age or older and under 16 years of age to sexual contact where the age difference between the actor and the other person is 5 years or more.
(c) In the absence of any of the circumstances set forth in RSA 632-A:2, when the actor engages in sexual penetration with a person, other than the actor's legal spouse, who is 13 years of age or older and under 16 years of age where the age difference between the actor and the other person is 4 years or less.

OR

A person is guilty of a misdemeanor if such person engages in sexual contact or sexual penetration with another person when the actor is in a position of authority over the person under any of the following circumstances:
(a) When the actor has direct supervisory or disciplinary authority over the victim by virtue of the victim being incarcerated in a correctional institution, the secure psychiatric unit, or juvenile detention facility where the actor is employed; or
(b) When the actor is a probation or parole officer or a juvenile probation and parole officer who has direct supervisory or disciplinary authority over the victim while the victim is on parole or probation or under juvenile probation.
Consent of the victim under any of the circumstances set forth in paragraph III shall not be considered a defense.

See RSA 632-A:4 for more details.

Felonious Sexual Assault, as its title suggest, is a Felony, a Class B Felony. It occurs when someone commits Sexual Assault, but also has an aggravating factor.

See RSA 632-A:3 for more details

Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault is the most serious type of Sexual Assault, and includes what is commonly reffered to as rape. It generally includes when someone uses force or coecision upon someone in a sexual nature. Although it usually requires penetration, some forms do not require penetration.. It is a felony and can include strict mandatory minimum sentences.

See RSA 632-A:2 for more details.

See the Sex Crimes Section of this website and & RSA 632-A for more details.

 


Receiving Stolen Property

Receiving property known to be stolen is a crime. It is a misdemeanor or felony depending on the value of the items.

See RSA 637:7 for more details.



Reckless Conduct

Reckless Conduct is poorly defined as when someone drives a vehicle in a reckless manner. Besides having a fine, it includes a loss of license for 60 days. It is also a major violation in regard to the Habitual Offender statute.

See RSA 265:79 or Http://www.nhdwiguy.com for more details.

 


Resisting Arrest

Resisting arrest occurs when you physically interfere with an officer who is trying to make an arrest. It is a misdemeanor, or felony if you cause serious bodily injury.

See RSA 642:2 for more details.



Robbery

A person commits the offense of robbery if, in the course of committing a theft, he:
(a) Uses physical force on the person of another and such person is aware of such force; or
(b) Threatens another with or purposely puts him in fear of immediate use of physical force.

It is either a class B or class A felony.

See RSA 636:1 for more details.

 


Sale/ Distributing Drugs

 

Penalties for manufacturing, selling, prescribing, administering, or transporting or possesses with intent to sell, dispense can include imprisonment for up to 30 years and a fine of up to $500,000.

See N.H. RSA 318-B:26 for more detailed information.

See Drugs section for more info.

 

Sex Crimes

See Sex crimes section for more details.


Shoplifting

As of January 2010, Shoplifting is now defined as wilful concealment. It is defined as

I. A person is guilty of willful concealment if, without authority, he or she willfully conceals the goods or merchandise of any store while still upon the premises of such store. Goods or merchandise found concealed upon the person shall be prima facie evidence of willful concealment. Notwithstanding RSA 637:11, willful concealment shall be a misdemeanor.
II. A person commits theft if, with the purpose to deprive a merchant of goods or merchandise, he or she knowingly:
(a) Removes goods or merchandise from the premises of a merchant; or
(b) Alters, transfers, or removes any price marking affixed to goods or merchandise; or
(c) Causes the cash register or other sales recording device to reflect less than the merchant's stated or advertised price for the goods or merchandise; or
(d) Transfers goods or merchandise from the container in which such goods or merchandise were intended to be sold to another container.


See RSA 637-3:a for more details.

 


Simple Assault

Simple Assault is a misdemeanor and is the most common domestic violence crime.

It includes:

(a) Purposely or knowingly causes bodily injury or unprivileged physical contact to another; or
(b) Recklessly causes bodily injury to another; or
(c) Negligently causes bodily injury to another by means of a deadly weapon.

Simple assault is a misdemeanor unless committed in a fight entered into by mutual consent, in which case it is a violation.

It is a Class B or Class A Felony.

See RSA 631-2:a for more details as well as the Domestic Violence section of this website.

 

Soliciting a minor for sex

No person shall knowingly utilize a computer on-line service, internet service, or local bulletin board service to seduce, solicit, lure, or entice a child or another person believed by the person to be a child, to commit any of the following:
(a) Any offense under RSA 632-A, relative to sexual assault and related offenses.
(b) Indecent exposure and lewdness under RSA 645:1.
(c) Endangering a child as defined in RSA 639:3, III.

See RSA 649-B:4 for more details.


Stalking

A person commits the offense of stalking if such person:
(a) Purposely, knowingly, or recklessly engages in a course of conduct targeted at a specific person which would cause a reasonable person to fear for his or her personal safety or the safety of a member of that person's immediate family, and the person is actually placed in such fear;
(b) Purposely or knowingly engages in a course of conduct targeted at a specific individual, which the actor knows will place that individual in fear for his or her personal safety or the safety of a member of that individual's immediate family; or
(c) After being served with, or otherwise provided notice of, a protective order pursuant to RSA 173-B, RSA 458:16, or paragraph III-a of this section, or an order pursuant to RSA 597:2 that prohibits contact with a specific individual, purposely, knowingly, or recklessly engages in a single act of conduct that both violates the provisions of the order and is listed in paragraph II(a).

See RSA 633:3-a for more details.


Theft Crimes

There are numerous crimes that are considered theft crimes. Generally theft is defined as taking property of another that you are not legally entitled to.

Some examples of theft crimes are:

See Theft section for more details, or click on the specific crime for information about that crime.


Theft By Deception

For the purposes of this section, deception occurs when a person purposely:
(a) Creates or reinforces an impression which is false and which that person does not believe to be true, including false impressions as to law, value, knowledge, opinion, intention or other state of mind. Provided, however, that an intention not to perform a promise, or knowledge that it will not be performed, shall not be inferred from the fact alone that the promise was not performed; or
(b) Fails to correct a false impression which he previously had created or reinforced and which he did not believe to be true, or which he knows to be influencing another to whom he stands in a fiduciary or confidential relationship; or
(c) Prevents another from acquiring information which is pertinent to the disposition of the property involved; or
(d) Fails to disclose a known lien, adverse claim or other legal impediment to the enjoyment of property which he transfers or encumbers in consideration for the property obtained, whether such impediment is or is not valid, or is or is not a matter of official record; or
(e) Misrepresents to or misleads any person, in any manner, so as to make that person believe that the person on whose behalf a solicitation or sales promotion is being conducted is a charitable trust or that the proceeds of such solicitation or sales promotion shall be used for charitable purposes, if such is not the fact.

It is a misdemeanor or felony depending on the property value.

See RSA 637:4 for more details.


Theft of Mislaid Property

Generally if you find property you must make attempts to return it to its owner. There may be exceptions if the property is abandoned.

Theft by mislaid property occurs when you obtain property of another which he knows to have been lost or mislaid, or to have been delivered under a mistake as to the identity of the recipient or as to the nature or amount of the property, without taking reasonable measures to return the same to the owner

See RSA 637:6 for more details.



Theft of Services

A person commits theft if, having control over the disposition of services of another, to which he knows he is not entitled, he diverts such services to his own benefit or to the benefit of another who he knows is not entitled thereto.

See RSA 637:8 for more details.


Theft by Unauthorized Taking

This is the common theft statute. It is essentially taking the property of another to which you are not entitled.

A person commits theft if he obtains or exercises unauthorized control over the property of another with a purpose to deprive him thereof.

See RSA 637:3 for more details.


Trespassing

Trespassing is going on or remaining on property after being told to leave or which you know you can not be on.

A person is guilty of criminal trespass if, knowing that he is not licensed or privileged to do so, he enters or remains in any place.

It can be a misdemeanor or a felony.

See RSA 625:2 for more details.

 


Violating Bail Conditions

If you were arrested for a crime and released on bail, you will have conditions of bail. They usually include not committing any new crimes, and preventing contact with the victim. If you violate bail conditions you can be charged with a new crime, and your bail amount to be released will likely go up. Attorney Hynes can help you argue for a lesser bail amount, or help represent you on the new charge for violating bail conditions.

 

Violation of Restraining Order

This is usually a crime of domestic violence.It occurs when there is a restraining order / order of protection against you, and you violate the conditions of that order, usually by having contact with the victim.

See Domestic Violence section for more details.

 


Weapons / Gun Charges

Some weapons are illegal to possess.

Most commonly a weapon charge will be illegal possession of a firearm.

In New Hampshire, most people can possess a firearm legally and without a permit. However, you need a permit if you want to carry a concealed firearm.

You also can not possess a firearm if you have been convicted of a felony.

You also can be charged with a crime or an enhanced penalty for using a firearm while committing certain crimes.

See RSA 650-A:1 related to felonious use of firearms.

See RSA 159 for more information related to firearms.

 

White Collar Crimes

White collar crimes are a category of crimes generally referred to as crimes committed by people involved in business. It is referred to as white collar as it is generally thought that this is a type of crime committed by people with a higher education who might not otherwise commit crime.

The amount of money taken is typically in the thousands, so the crime is usually a felony.

It can also be a federal crime depending on how it is charged and who the victims are.

The most common example of white collar crime is embezlment, but it also can include extortion and fraud.


Willful Concealment

As of January 2010, Shoplifting is now defined as wilful concealment. It is defined as

I. A person is guilty of willful concealment if, without authority, he or she willfully conceals the goods or merchandise of any store while still upon the premises of such store. Goods or merchandise found concealed upon the person shall be prima facie evidence of willful concealment. Notwithstanding RSA 637:11, willful concealment shall be a misdemeanor.
II. A person commits theft if, with the purpose to deprive a merchant of goods or merchandise, he or she knowingly:
(a) Removes goods or merchandise from the premises of a merchant; or
(b) Alters, transfers, or removes any price marking affixed to goods or merchandise; or
(c) Causes the cash register or other sales recording device to reflect less than the merchant's stated or advertised price for the goods or merchandise; or
(d) Transfers goods or merchandise from the container in which such goods or merchandise were intended to be sold to another container.


See RSA 637-3:a for more details.


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