Archive of: NH Law

Issue

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Understanding Freedom of Speech September 2015

Understanding Freedom of Speech

In two New Hampshire towns, parking tickets spark legal fights over what our right to the freedom of speech does - or does not - protect.

Do We Have the Right to Die? July 2015

Do We Have the Right to Die?

Stories of two men who wanted to end their lives raise questions about the role of the state.

Don't Put Off Writing Down Your Last Words May 2015

Don't Put Off Writing Down Your Last Words

It’s easy to put off doing a will, but estate attorneys say don’t wait

The Complicated Process of Claiming Disability March 2015

The Complicated Process of Claiming Disability

Claiming Social Security disability benefits is harder than ever thanks to political pushback and the increasingly large volume of applicants.

NH's Checkered Prohibition Past January 2015

NH's Checkered Prohibition Past

Did you know a few New Hampshire towns don’t allow the sale of alcohol?

Is group net metering the new model for energy? November 2014
The Appeals Process September 2014

The Appeals Process

Appealing a case is far more involved than you might think. It's not simply a trial do-over.

The Crucial Coolidge Case July 2014

The Crucial Coolidge Case

The story of Edward Coolidge and how it changed legal precedent and public policy.

Protecting Your Assests Before Long-Term Care May 2014

Protecting Your Assests Before Long-Term Care

There are two schools of thought about long-term care — protect your assets or pay the price.

Understanding Jury Nullification March 2014

Understanding Jury Nullification

Are unpopular laws, such as marijuana laws, enforceable? Juries can - and have - acquitted defendants by "nullifying" the law.