Activists will now need to add the Court of Judge Daniel Will to their radar. He’s the Sununu Admin lawyer who convinced a different Superior Court Judge that the Governor had the power to ignore the Constitution during a state of emergency.
NH Solicitor General Daniel Will was the leading architect of a dangerous theory adopted last year by some New Hampshire courts; namely, that constitutional rights can be “suspended” during a State of Emergency.
The hearing for Gov. Chris Sununu’s problematic N.H. Superior Court nominee Dan Will is coming up this Thursday, and we need to remind the Executive Council not to support this nominee before they meet.
This is late-breaking news, as in, it broke (many) hours ago, and we’re late reporting it. Chris Sununu’s nominee for NH Superior Court Judge, Patricia Conway, has withdrawn herself from consideration.
This is the call to the “governed” whose rights our NH State Constitution was written to protect. Those elected to represent us seem ignorant of the document they swore to protect and defend when accepting their role in the State government.
New Hampshire’s 5-member Executive Council, after watching almost 8 hours of interrogation by folks like you and me – and the usual suspects – has confirmed AG Gordon MacDonald to the New Hampshire State Supreme Court.
Gov. Sununu nominated business persecutor and law-bender Gordon MacDonald, the state’s attorney general, to the N.H. Supreme Court. A public hearing concerning his nomination to the chief justice position is coming before the Executive Council on Jan. 21.