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NH man files $5.5M suit over tow company's handling of '97 Honda
METHUEN, MASS.-A Salem man has filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against a Massachusetts tow operator and the city of Methuen, claiming his car that the company had in its possession was disposed of improperly.
Date: Jul 21, 2017

Police grapple with rules of marijuana decriminalization
Police departments across the state are coming to grips with how to deal with people caught possessing marijuana after New Hampshire became the 22nd state to decriminalize the drug on Tuesday.
Date: Jul 21, 2017

Settlement reached in Doucette negligence suit against Nashua School District
NASHUA - The negligence suit filed 2 1/2 years ago by paralyzed Nashua football player Cooper Doucette against the Nashua School District and two coaches has been settled, according to lawyers and court documents.
Date: Jul 21, 2017

Civil case against Nathan Carman moves to Concord
The civil case that seeks to prevent Nathan Carman from collecting on his grandfather's estate after his aunts say he murdered his grandfather will move from Keene to Concord.
Date: Jul 21, 2017

Hearing concludes on Wolusky motion to set aside murder verdict
DOVER - Convicted murderer Tristan Wolusky was back in Strafford County Superior Court Wednesday for closing arguments on his motion to set aside his first-degree guilty verdict from 2015.
Date: Jul 20, 2017

Court agreement shakes up Milford Mustangs' board
MILFORD - An agreement fied in court on Wednesday will see the current Milford Mustangs Board of Directors removed and replaced with a new board, with many of the former board members barred for volunteering for any New Hampshire charity for at...
Date: Jul 20, 2017

Attorneys see parallels between church cases and St Paul's investigation
The attorney general's office made waves Thursday night in announcing its plans to launch a criminal investigation into St. Paul's School over its handling of sexual assaults on school grounds.
Date: Jul 17, 2017

Planet Fitness' transgender-friendly policy challenged in Mich. court
The State of Michigan Court of Appeals on June 1 ruled in favor of corporate Planet Fitness, Newington, New Hampshire, and its franchisee in Midland, Michigan ...
Date: Jul 15, 2017

Hot Air: A fisherman's tale of fighting Uncle Sam
We're probably going well off the beaten path on this one, but I wanted to draw your attention to a lawsuit which has been percolating in the system since 2015 ...
Date: Jul 15, 2017

High court asked to take up fish monitoring suit
Attorneys with the Washington, D.C.-based Cause of Action Institute, representing fisherman David Goethel of Hampton, N.H., and Northeast Fishing Sector 13, filed a petition Wednesday with the nation's highest court, asking that it take up the case...
Date: Jul 15, 2017

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