About Ryan RussmanNew Hampshire Attorney Ryan Russman specializes in drunk driving (DWI/DUI) cases, personal injury law, criminal and estate litigation law. Russman Law Offices is a highly qualified law firm with a long and impressive record, and where every client is treated with the utmost respect.
Attorney Russman is dedicated to ongoing education to help his clients win their cases. In the area of DWI, for example, he is a certified Evidentiary Breath Alcohol Technician, Field Sobriety Instructor and Practitioner, and a graduate of the National College for DUI Defense. Attorney Russman’s emphasis on procedural knowledge has helped him to successfully defend clients in a manner unprecedented by most other NH attorneys trying drunk-driving cases.
The Russman Law Office has also gained a reputation as a capable personal injury law firm. From wrongful death, car accidents, workplace accidents and medical malpractice, Mr. Russman has secured countless favorable judgments for his clients.
Finally, Attorney Russman and his firm have successfully defended many clients in criminal cases, and ably assist clients in the areas of wills and estates.
Russman received his JD from Suffolk University Law School in 1999 and a BA from American University. A volunteer firefighter in Rockingham County, Ryan and his wife, Nancy, have one child.
Directory Practice Areas
- Civil Rights
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Insurance Claims
- Medical Malpractice
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Free Consultation
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
- I have both fixed-price and hourly fees. Most criminal cases are retained on a flat fee basis ranging from $1500 up to 50,000. The price depends on nature of case.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Board Certified in DWI Defense Law (National College of DUI Defense)|
|Suffolk University||J.D. (1999)|
|Honors: ABA National Trial Competition Regional Semi-Finalist, 1999; 3rd Year Moot Court Trial Competition Semifinalist|
|American University||B.S.||Political Science|
|Honors: Cum Laude|
|Member, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers|
|Member, National Trial Lawyers Association|
|Member, National College for DUI Defense|
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Blog: NH Legal Resource | Personal Injury | DWI | Criminal Law | New Hampshire Lawyer
New Hampshire Has the Most Responsible Drinkers Possible Attack Leaves Homeless Man Dead from Head Injury When a Nurse Is Charged With DUI Military Sexual Assault Measures Stripped from Draft Legislation Lower BAC Standards Minor Possession of Alcohol is Summertime Trouble Off-Duty Manchester Police Officer Fired After Hit-and-Run New Hampshire’s Civil Commitment Law is Flawed
Will new pot law in #newhampshire lead to more impaired driving? #dui http://t.co/VBFBByNuzn— Ryan Russman (@NHDwiAttorney) 3 days ago
Raymond man charged with hitting friend with his vehicle | #NewHampshire Crime #DUI http://shar.es/RsNnc— Ryan Russman (@NHDwiAttorney) 3 days ago
RT @lawbni: $1.2 million bail set for #Florida mom who drove kids into ocean http://reut.rs/1ghdLPH via @reuters— Ryan Russman (@NHDwiAttorney) 3 days ago
RT @WMUR9: New Hampshire trails in great riding shape for this weekend http://on.wmur.com/1dzIoCV— Ryan Russman (@NHDwiAttorney) 5 days ago
RT @BostonDotCom: Scenes from #TylersTroops birthday celebration for boy with leukemia http://bo.st/MRo4SR http://t.co/80QlvMZYgX— Ryan Russman (@NHDwiAttorney) 5 days ago
Vt. police: New Hampshire woman drove #drunk with 2 children in car. #dui http://t.co/QLkdx4GY2A— Ryan Russman (@NHDwiAttorney) 5 days ago
#NewHampshire mom loses custody of kids after they walk into police station asking for a ride http://nydn.us/1k0laaH— Ryan Russman (@NHDwiAttorney) 5 days ago
Police & Fire Depts. Help Celebrate Birthday Of Tyler Seddon, R.I. boy with cancer « CBS Boston http://cbsloc.al/1fR2yok— Ryan Russman (@NHDwiAttorney) 5 days ago
RT @WMUR9_Politics: Poll: NH residents favor Medicaid expansion: Two-thirds of New Hampshire residents back a proposal... http://bit.ly/1c14MXf #nhpolitics— Ryan Russman (@NHDwiAttorney) March 5, 2014
Occupy #NewHampshire Argues Park Eviction Before State Supreme Court http://bit.ly/1osjGWI via @nhpr http://bit.ly/1osjGWI— Ryan Russman (@NHDwiAttorney) March 5, 2014