Amy C. Connolly's answer If he paid by credit card or check you should obtain the records to bring to the court to show proof of payment. The court should have issued a receipt, you should try to find it and bring it to the clerk's office. I hope this helps.
Dennis Hernandez's answer I would refer to an attorney for a consultation. Situations like this can be delicate, but if you feel that your son's rights have been violated, then you have the ability to dig further into the situation.
Paul Stanko's answer Running away will make it worse. Stay put and get an attorney. If you are indigent, the court can appoint an attorney. What kind of life do you expect to live as a young, pregnant runaway?
Israel Piedra's answer It's unclear whether RSA 126-K, which prohibits e-cigarette use by minors in NH, applies only when the device actually uses nicotine vapor, or applies to all devices CAPABLE of producing such a vapor. However, from a practical standpoint, law enforcement has no way of knowing whether or not you're using nicotine. Call your local police station to seek clarification.
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