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State seeks to bar alleged roofing scammer from using bankruptcy with defense
Prosecutors say Currier would offer customers roofing materials to customers, and claim that he could get a better rate for it because he was doing other roofing work for a local church. But the church project was an apparent ruse, according to prosecutors.
A judge will have to decide whether to bar Currier from citing his pending Chapter 7 bankruptcy case when he goes to trial in Rockingham County Superior Court. Court documents show that Currier filed bankruptcy records against theft charges filed against him in Merrimack County in September 2012. Those charges were later dropped by the state, and re-filed late last year.
Currier could face up to 7½ to 15 years in state prison if he is convicted by a Rockingham County jury.
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