My upstairs neighbor is extremely verbally abusive and has physically threatened her kids and me. I want to make it clear to the property management company how bad it is and want to record her from the hallway. NH is a two party consent state but the law seems to be written around direct... Read more »
NH is a consent recording state, but if the person is yelling so loudly that it can be heard in a public place then I would agree they have no expectation of privacy. It seems like you could record from your own apartment or the hallway, do not amplify or use any device to enhance the sound.
A New Hampshire attorney could probably advise best here, but your post remains open for four weeks. If you are currently represented by an attorney in the matter, discuss the dismissal in further detail with them. Additionally, since you mention mass tort, those cases sometimes span multiple...Read more »
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 »
This group is truly a group and not considered a motorcycle club. We have documented bylaws and an executive board who holds titles and positions. We are attempting to protect the name and image of the patch but want to know if it is better to trademark or copywrite.
I was arrested 10 years ago in New Hampshire for DUI and possession of marijuana. I was in the middle of moving out-of-state at the time, being a young and dumb 22 year old I left anyway without notifying the court or explaining to them my situation. Subsequently, I had a bench warrant placed out... Read more »
It required no stitches, but it was bad enough that I will have a permanent scar for the rest of my life. I went to the hospital, they cleaned it and gave me antibiotics. I had to revisit the ER a couple weeks later because it wasn’t getting any better, but eventually healed up after a long... Read more »
The process to file a lawsuit in NH can be found by looking at the NH Judicial Branch website. The rules in Superior Court can be found here: https://www.courts.state.nh.us/rules/supercr-new/index-new.htm
NH dog bite law is favorable towards victims. The facts you provide support that you...Read more »
They said at the separation that my RSUs would be forfeited, but this was not part of the agreement and the hiring package offered. There was zero mention or documentation of forfeiture and now they are trying to get me to sign this paperwork.
RSUs must vest before you can receive the underlying shares. Vesting schedules are often set to occur over time, so you would need to be employed at the company for a certain period of time before all or some of the RSUs vest. Termination of your employment usually stops the vesting, but this is...Read more »
since we filed before stimulus was approved is there a way to protect the money from being taken. My husband is going back and forth from working and being laid off as he's a union construction worker. he just got laid off again today. our trustee meeting is Tuesday. this money would help keep... Read more »
When you file a Ch. 7 bankruptcy case, a "curtain" drops on that date, and your bankruptcy "estate" includes whatever property (less your exempt property) you have on that date, and same end date applies to your debts. Income earned and assets acquired after your filing date...Read more »
Your question remains open for three weeks. Sometimes questions do go unanswered, but you could try reposting under the Patents (Intellectual Property) section; you might have better chances for a response there. Good luck
Yes, you can use the med pay check to cover your copays. Using med pay to cover your copays will not prevent you from seeking compensation for your medical bills, lost earnings, or other damages from the other insurance company. Using the med pay will allow you to avoid out of pocket expenses while...Read more »
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a GENERAL matter, some states consider it a misdemeanor, some equating it to theft of services or something along those lines. Whatever the case, it would be best to hold on to the trash until you got 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 »
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 »
If you and your spouse are facing criminal charges, a condition of bail can be no contact. It could also be imposed on many assault type cases involving domestic violence. In short a judge can in fact prevent contact between spouses, children or anyone.
I was laid off November 14th but was never paid for the last two weeks I worked. I was also never paid my vacation days or per diem that is owed to me. I have contacted HR and my former manager about this but have not received any response. I was told by another employee that they were on vacation... Read more »
Some states have a minimum period of time that needs to pass before you can bring any action for lost wages. However, if you worked those hours, you are entitled to at least your state's minimum wage for those hours worked, along with any overtime you worked during the two week period if you...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 »
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 »
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