BRENTWOOD — Attorneys representing a youth hockey coach who was Tasered and arrested by Salem police last year filed a motion Thursday to get the unredacted version of an audit that was critical of the police department, according to court documents.
CONCORD -- Greed was the motive for the kickbacks, according to both a prosecutor and defense lawyer who addressed the jury during the opening of the trial of Christopher Clough, one of the top prescribers in the country of a fentanyl spray.
President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn requested on Tuesday a sentence of a year's probation for lying to FBI agents in a case stemming from a probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court signaled Monday it is not anxious to revisit the abortion controversy in the year ahead, disappointing conservative activists who were cheered by the appointment of Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh.
Lawyers will start picking jurors on Tuesday to decide whether a former physician assistant at the Pain Care statewide pain clinic received kickbacks to prescribe a highly addictive fentanyl spray to patients.
A University of New Hampshire research project manager pleaded guilty to spending more than $80,000 of federal grant money on personal expenses such as video games, clothing and a snow blower, federal prosecutors said.
Lawyers for the state's judicial retirement plan said a former judge who resigned in 2008 after helping her disbarred lawyer hide money from the state is not entitled to get nearly a $90,000 annual pension and more than $400,000 in back pay and health coverage.
Attorney Dan St. Hilaire of Concord faced tough questioning Monday on his past votes as an executive councilor and his role on the state liquor commission at a confirmation hearing in his bid to become a Superior Court judge.
LANCASTER — The domestic violence case against outgoing state Sen. Jeff Woodburn, D-Whitefield, is being moved from District Court in Haverhill to Coos County Superior Court in Lancaster, by agreement of both parties, according to a Nov. 26 order by Judge Thomas A. Rappa Jr.
NEWPORT — Ian Kibbe, a former Claremont police officer accused of perjury, is expected to plead guilty Monday as part of a deal that will see him serve 90 days in jail, according to documents filed in Sullivan County Superior Court in Newport.
BRENTWOOD — A former manager at the corporate offices of Planet Fitness is suing the company, claiming the office environment was “debaucherous” with repeated sexual remarks by male employees, drinking competitions like “Fireball Friday,” and that at one point she was allegedly drugged and r…
CONCORD — St. Paul’s School graduate Owen Labrie returned to the New Hampshire Supreme Court on Wednesday, hoping jurists would rule that the lawyers who got him acquitted on several rape charges didn’t do their job well enough.
Citing the impact her crime has had on the community, a judge has denied the request of a city woman who struck and killed a school girl with her Jeep in 2013 to transition from prison to a halfway house.
BRENTWOOD — Sands Resort Management Co. is facing three new lawsuits over an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease at the Hampton Beach hotel during late summer that infected 18 people and resulted in one death.
The lawyer for former St. Paul’s School student Owen Labrie has asked a judge to suspend the remainder of his pending 12-month jail sentence, arguing that more than two years under ankle-bracelet monitoring and home confinement is adequate punishment.
CONCORD — The mother and son accused of selling bogus paintings of modern artist Leon Golub still believe the 16 works sold to an international art collector are not forgeries, their lawyer said at the opening day of a trial that should last most of this week.
LACONIA — A Plymouth man has filed a lawsuit against the NH Snowmobile Association claiming the organization’s governing documents were changed without proper notice, depriving members of the chance to have a full and fair opportunity to review and discuss them.