NH State Supreme Court

State Supreme Court Says Yes! Earl Metzler Can Charge $7.49 for the Electronic Copy of an Email

by Steve MacDonald September 21, 2017

SAU 55 Superintendent Earl Metzler has once again proven that the unelected bureaucracy will always attract people who will do anything to make life difficult for the taxpayers that pay them. For an historical record spend a few hours searching Donna Green’s Blog, but for our purposes today we need to look no further than the decision […]

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Breaking News: Donna Green Wins Right to Know Appeal in State Supreme Court

by Steve MacDonald April 19, 2016
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The New Hampshire State Supreme Court has overturned a lower court ruling and ruled in favor of Donna Green in her Right to Know suit against The Earl of Metzler and Timberlane Regional Polizeistaat. You can read the entire decision here. H/T Jorge! Here’s a snippet. Accordingly, we conclude that the plaintiff was entitled to the […]

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It Is Worth Note’n Where He’s Vote’n

by Ed Naile November 24, 2014

The NH State Supreme Court caught an interstate voter for us!! Well, thank you Supremes for at least this bit of sunshine. Cited is a State Supreme Court appeal regarding what looks like a dog bite case (that’s not slang, a dog bit someone) and who, from where, insured by what coverage, of what residence, […]

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The NH Supreme Court Guts ‘Legal Standing’

by Steve MacDonald August 31, 2014
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We intend to address this aspect of the recent NH supreme court decision that vacated judge Lewis on the education tax credit.  The impact of the courts ruling on legal standing is enormous, and needs more detailed exploration. For now, I’ll share this from Gary Rayno. On Friday, there was scant mention of the court […]

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Did Police Commissioner Thomas Pappas Violate The NH State Supreme Court Rules of Conduct?

by Steve MacDonald February 4, 2014
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A Drunk ranking Democrat House Rep from Nashua, David Campbell (D-Quack!), mows down some Mallards in his BMW in front of the Crown Plaza Hotel.  He hears the police are on route so he hightails it to his law office about 1000 feet from that same hotel. He calls Nashua City Police Commissioner and longtime […]

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Dateline Dover NH: Judge Lewis Hear’s Motions to Intervene…or Something.

by Steve MacDonald October 4, 2012

Today Superior Court Judge John Lewis (D- Durham), will hear from a number of individuals who object to this rubber-stamping the ACLU’s request to suspend voter registration requirements relating to domicile.  Lewis agreed with the ACLU and League of Women voters.   The AG and Secretary of state are on that list of those who […]

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