answered on May 18, 2021
Hearsay is generally not admissible although there are exceptions. It is a complicated area of the law. For example, an out of court statement by one of the parties to the case is not considered hearsay. So, if a criminal defendant makes a statement to the police after he is arrested, that... Read more »
answered on Apr 3, 2021
If the person has a felony on his or her record then he can't possess a dangerous weapon. It doesn't matter how old the felony is.
Whether a bow and arrow is considered a dangerous weapon depends on if it is "used, intended to be used, or threatened to be used, is known to... Read more »
Good afternoon, i was put on good behaviour for a violation on January 7th, 2019 and it ended on January 7th, 2020. I got arrested OUT OF STATE for an unfortunate violent crime on August 2019. It says i can annulle the violation after the period. Is that possible it will get annulled or will I need... Read more »
answered on Feb 8, 2021
I think I understand your question to mean you were convicted in New Hampshire for a violation on 1/7/19 with a one year good behavior period. You want to get that conviction annulled but in August of 2019 you were arrested for a different charge in New York. I assume that charge is still pending?... Read more »
He has not paid child support in NH since the baby was born and refuses to. My daughter filled out the forms for the state for support, however, they said that since his address is not listed with the post office with regards to him living there, that they can't serve him with papers. He... Read more »
answered on Dec 5, 2020
If he can't be located your daughter could use the sheriff or professional service process firm to locate and serve him. Alternatively, in some cases a court will allow service by notice through a publication, like a newspaper or even social media. However, they will only. do so if you show... Read more »
Current custody agreement states parenting time at discretion of the mother and I have had my son overnights every other weekend for years. I have just found out she is packing up and moving out of state without notifying me. I called child services because I was worried for him 3 weeks ago and... Read more »
answered on Dec 5, 2020
Are you sure there is nothing in the order about relocating? If you look at the court approved form parenting plan, section "F" addresses relocation: https://www.courts.state.nh.us/forms/nhjb-2064-f.pdf
It is possible your parenting plan doesn't include that section but... Read more »
He has been verbally abusive as well. Is this good to be able to change the plan? What do I need to do?
answered on Feb 17, 2019
The law allows you to ask to modify a parenting plan for certain reasons. The list of reasons is found in this statute: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/xliii/461-a/461-a-11.htm
Here is a list of court instructions on how to file a petition to modify... Read more »
I am an 18 year old civilian without a law license.
answered on Feb 17, 2019
Theoretically, the law allows for this. Read RSA 311:1: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/XXX/311/311-1.htm
HOWEVER, I would never recommend this to either the potential litigant or the person thinking about representation this way. It is very likely to end badly for all involved.... Read more »
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