A prosecutor is asking the court to reject a request by a defense attorney seeking to dismiss felony negligent homicide DUI charges against a Littleton man charged the 2018 double fatal crash in Littleton.

On Oct. 16, Leonard Harden, attorney for Richard J. Maker Jr., 25, charged for the deaths of a Georgia woman and a recent Littleton High School graduate, argued to Grafton Superior Court that there is not enough evidence under New Hampshire statute to say his client was intoxicated at the time of the collision and the blood sample collected was not secured.

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