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New Law Requires Medication-Assisted Treatment for Inmates

On July 29, 2020, New Hampshire Governor Sununu signed HB 1639 in to law requiring prisoners to be screened for and provided medication-assisted treatment. The broader bill expands coverage because it provides this screening and treatment to all oppo… Read More
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NH Court Access Changes Tomorrow

Happy Memorial Day and thank you to all our Veterans. Effective May 26, 2020, the New Hampshire Supreme Court issued new orders following Governor Sununu’s continuation of the declared state of emergency under RSA 4.45. This order will continue… Read More
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Inmate Releases due to COVID-19 Concerns Further Highlights Arbitrary Incarceration

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic dominates our lives and the news cycle. Social distancing, a foreign concept just weeks ago, is an every day reality. But for many in jail and prison it is impossible. The Wall Street Journal published this article o… Read More
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10 Things to Know About DWI Testing

Your driver’s license cannot be administratively suspended for refusing Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFST) as it can for refusing a breath or blood test. However, it is important to understand that your consciousness of guilt by refusing any… Read More
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Jury Selection: Deselection and an Open Mind

Be a Human: Listen Many attorneys have told me they are intimidated by panel voir dire. I found this interesting because I have seen so many jurors intimidated by overbearing attorneys before the trial even starts. First, the process of panel voir di… Read More
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