In two New Hampshire towns, parking tickets spark legal fights over what our right to the freedom of speech does - or does not - protect.
Stories of two men who wanted to end their lives raise questions about the role of the state.
It’s easy to put off doing a will, but estate attorneys say don’t wait
Claiming Social Security disability benefits is harder than ever thanks to political pushback and the increasingly large volume of applicants.
Did you know a few New Hampshire towns don’t allow the sale of alcohol?
Appealing a case is far more involved than you might think. It's not simply a trial do-over.
The story of Edward Coolidge and how it changed legal precedent and public policy.
There are two schools of thought about long-term care — protect your assets or pay the price.
Are unpopular laws, such as marijuana laws, enforceable? Juries can - and have - acquitted defendants by "nullifying" the law.