Legal representation increased for poor
Under a new court rule that went into effect April 1, defendants facing Class A misdemeanor and felony charges in New Hampshire who can't afford their own attorney can now have one appointed before they're arraigned to guide them through the court proceeding that's often confusing, especially for first-time offenders.
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