Legal Services

Defense of Criminal Charges

Reis & O’Keefe: New Hampshire Criminal Defense Attorneys Defending people who have been charged with a crime is the foundation our practice. We have successfully handled cases for thousands of clients who have been charged with a wide varie… Read More

Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)

Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is one of the most common crimes. It also carries many mandatory minimum penalties. If you have been driving for more than a few years, chances are that you have seen somebody being arrested for DWI or performing roads… Read More

Probation Violation

In New Hampshire, probation violations are punishable by the maximum possible sentence for the underlying crime. This means that, no matter what your sentence was when you left court before, you could serve up to 7 ½ to 15 years at the State Prison… Read More

Criminal Record Annulment

Below is an overview of some of frequently asked questions about how to get your criminal record annulled in New Hampshire. Importantly the time period to file for annulment depends on each arrest, conviction, and sentence. An attorney’s help c… Read More

Jury Selection / Voir Dire

Attorney O’Keefe has trained attorneys in Florida and New Hampshire on how to select juries through panel voir dire. You may be familiar with this process from jury service or courtroom experience. Attorneys are permitted to question jurors in a gr… Read More


Appellate practice requires fundamentally different skills and strategic considerations than does trial practice. Whether arguing to reverse the ruling of a trial court or to uphold a favorable trial court decision, our approach to cases is methodica… Read More

Restraining Orders

There are two types of restraining orders in New Hampshire: domestic violence protective orders (RSA 173-B) and stalking petitions (for violation of RSA 633:3-a). Domestic violence restraining orders are typically sought if the parties have a preexis… Read More

Alcohol Offenses and Minors

Minors under age 21 face enhanced penalties for DWI offenses. Our firm is here to help make sure you or your loved one’s life is not unjustly derailed at such a young age. Let’s examine non-DWI New Hampshire alcohol laws which are directe… Read More

UNH Students: Title IX: Sexual Assault and Violence

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs or activities operated by recipients of federal financial assistance (such as the University of New Hampshire (UNH))… Read More
Attorneys: Kevin P. O'Keefe

Speeding Ticket Defense

NH RSA 265:60, Speed Limitations, is a common violation that harms clients through negative impacts on insurance, commercial drivers licensure (CDL), habitual offender points, fines and more. This statute lays out fine schedules and default speed lim… Read More

Arrest Warrants

If you or a loved one has an outstanding arrest warrant anywhere in the state of New Hampshire, you have options! There is no reason to live in fear of the day that the police show up at your home or place of work. Attorneys Jim Reis and Kevin O̵… Read More