Richmond psychologist gets six months for sexually assaulting former patient
The prosecution appealed to the N.H. Supreme Court, which reinstated the charges and ordered prosecutors to hold an evidence hearing before they could go to trial, meaning the victim would have to take the stand twice. Prosecutors preferred to avoid that, Hillsborough County Attorney Patricia M. LaFrance said previously.
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