New Hampshire: Assistant Rockingham County Attorney Alexander Gatzoulis Resigns, Accused of Drunk Driving after Rear-Ending Parked Car

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It is rough when you live and work in smaller communities and your transgressions receive so MUCH ATTENTION in the local media. As an attorney working in the Prosecutor's office, with criminal charges filed there is no other option but resignation.

New Hampshire: Assistant Rockingham County Attorney Alexander Gatzoulis Resigns, Accused of Drunk Driving after Rear-Ending Parked Car

Assistant County attorney resigns after arrest


Rockingham County attorney Patricia Conway said an assistant county attorney has resigned after he was arrested by Manchester police.

Police said they arrested 36-year-old Alexander Gatzoulis early Saturday morning charging him with operating under the influence.

Police responded to the area of Lowell and Ashland Streets around 1:30 a.m. after a man called saying he heard a loud noise outside and found a white Cadillac CTS had hit his parked Toyota Camry.

The Camry suffered moderate rear-end damage but nobody was injured.

Police believe Gatzoulis was drinking before he got behind the wheel and took him into custody.

Gatzoulis was released later that night to a sober person and is scheduled to appear in Manchester District Court Dec. 14.

Source: WMUR 9

NH County Prosecutor Arrested Following Alleged Weekend DWI Crash

Photo- Law Office of Alexander Gatzoulis PLLC/Facebook

MANCHESTER- Police arrested a Rockingham County assistant attorney for driving under the influence in the Queen City over the weekend, causing a crash downtown.

Manchester police arrested Alexander Gatzoulis, 36, of Manchester on the suspicion he was drunk when he allegedly slammed his Cadillac into a parked car on a city street early Saturday morning, according to Manchester police. 

No one was injured, but a man's Toyota Camry received moderate damage after the back part of the vehicle was allegedly struck by Gatzoulis near the intersection of Lowell Street and Ashland Street.

Gatzoulis was released to a sober person later that morning, according to police. 

It is unclear whether Gatzoulis is still employed by the county.

Gatzoulis closed his private practice this spring when he took the county job, according to a post on the practice's Facebook page in May.

Part of that social media post reads, "I begin June 5th. This continues my long-held dream of working as a prosecutor and furthers my pesonal (sic) goals. I am excited to be joining RCAO. These past few years have been wonderful working with you. There have been many ups, and many downs, but in the end, we were able to work through your challenges and attain positive outcomes. When I first opened the LOAGG, it was during a time where my career was in peril -- but you made doing so worthwhile and resurrected my passion for the law. For that, I thank you.

Though the LOAGG may be closed, we never know what the future may hold. One day, years down the line, there may be a time when they once again open. For now, however, this next chapter in my career is an opportunity that I must pursue."

He was also identified as a former prosecutor for the Weare Police Department and Merrimack County according to the Weare Police Department website.

Gatzoulis has a court date of December 14.

Source: NH1