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NEW HAMPSHIRE SUPREME COURT Case No. 2021 TERM FALL SESSION DANIEL RICHARD V. SHERMAN PACKARD AND CHUCK MORSE ____________________________________________________________ RULE 7 APPEAL OF FINAL DECISION OF MERRIMACK COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT ____________________________________________________________ BRIEF OF APPELLANT By: Daniel Richard 1danielrichard@protonmail.com   We want to thank Dan Richard for this update in his case to have both the …

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Writ of Mandamus – Hearing On the Dismissal of Dan Richard’s Process of Seeking Redress By Remonstrance

Note: and tomorrow is the hearing on the Motion to Dismiss; we’ll be recording it. From the NH Constitution: [Art.] 31. [Meetings of Legislature, for What Purposes.] The Legislature shall assemble for the redress of public grievances and for making such laws as the public good may require. [Art.] 32. [Rights of Assembly, Instruction, and Petition.] The …

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Most NH House Dems Voted to Allow ‘Suspending’ Constitutional Rights

On April 9, the New Hampshire House voted to pass HB 440, also known as the Civil Liberties Defense Act or CLDA. This bill is a response to the fact that New Hampshire’s emergency powers laws have been interpreted by courts and state attorneys as allowing the governor to suspend constitutional rights during an emergency.