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.
Beyond legal issues such as liability and fault, car accidents can take an emotional toll.
New Hampshire legal experts offer advice and explain implications for parents considering unusual and potentially regretful names for their children.
Going to court - even if you're the one wronged - isn't always the best decision. It can end up costing more time and money than it's worth.
Death is a given, but can you avoid a very public intra-family tug-of-war over your assets? Increasingly, battles over wills and trusts are ending up in probate court. Don't let this happen to your family.
New Hampshire is on the Path to Its First Execution Since 1939.