Layne C. LohrRetired
Attorney Lohr began her practice in St. Louis, Missouri where she became experienced in handling crimes in the big city. Having been licensed to practice in 3 states, Layne Lohr has represented thousands of people accused of crimes including felonies, misdemeanors, and juvenile cases. She handles DWI's and other related motor vehicle violations, misdemeanors and felonies.Being charged with a crime should not ruin your life.
She has represented both adults and juveniles from all walks of life, including college students at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston, Massachusetts, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) in Durham and its various branches, as well as local community colleges and vocational technical schools. She has successfully represented countless clients on related criminal matters such as annulments of record, violations of probation and parole, motions to impose previously suspended sentences brought by prosecutors and Habitual Offender Certification Hearings before the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
Attorney Lohr was interviewed on NHPTV in a program entitled, Changes in the Court System
Utilizing the best available resources combined with creative strategies, she has gained results for her clients second to none and has earned a distinguished reputation for providing the best legal representation possible. To that end she is totally dedicated to her clients, a commitment that has earned her the respect of the courts, judges, local lawyers and the adversaries she fights against on behalf of her clients.
Attorney Lohr's client was the first person accused of a crime to enroll in and graduate from Mental Health Court.
Attorney Lohr will discuss your case with you and welcomes your questions.Education:J.D., University of New Hampshire School of Law
B.A., Brenau CollegeProfessional Associations:
New Hampshire State Bar Association