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A case to decide whether a state-maintained list of police officers who have engaged in misconduct should be made public is now in a Superior Court...

A Merrimack County Superior Court judge has ruled that the New Hampshire Department of Justice was not acting in a “retaliatory way” when it sought...

Officials with the state’s Attorney Generals Office insist that efforts to recoup a former prisoner’s cost of care after he sued the state are not...

Several news outlets, including the Monitor and the Valley News in West Lebanon, have joined the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire in...

The Attorney General’s Office has dropped all charges stemming from an August 2017 border patrol checkpoint after a Plymouth judge last month...

Police dogs used to sniff out drugs at a border patrol checkpoint on Interstate 93 last summer amounted to a violation of the state Constitution, a...



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