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You're Fired?

Law and fairness aren’t always the same.

Poll Dancing

Is change required to keep elections pure?

Technology and Law

Shifting ground in technology and culture are changing the legal profession.

The Case of the Hairy Hand

It's one of the first cases taught in law school—and one of the weirdest. But the Case of the Hairy Hand had its start right here in the Granite State.

Busted in Bethlehem

The Colonial Theatre in Bethlehem - now the North Country's major arts and culture center - was once embroiled in a legal fight that helped define what constitutes pornography.

Losing Your Home

Ignoring unpaid taxes can lead to big trouble — fast. Here's what to do (and what not to do) if you find yourself fighting to keep your home.

Should You Fight or Pay That Ticket?

What to consider before you go to court to contest a ticket.

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?

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

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

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

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

Is group net metering the new model for energy?

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

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