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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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Gordon MacDonald

MacDonald’s N.H. Supreme Court Nomination Defeated

The Executive Council today rejected Governor Sununu’s nomination of Attorney General Gordon MacDonald to be Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court. The vote was along party lines, with Councilors Russell Prescott and Ted Gatsas in favor, and Michael Cryans, Andru Volinsky, and Debora Pignatelli opposed. The vote follows Cryans’s announcement in a Valley …

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Memorandum of Law Supra

To: New Hampshire State Supreme Court From: Coalition of NH Taxpayers Chairman, Ed Naile 8 North Main St. Concord, NH 03301 Re: Court Review of NH Election Law Legislation Date: May 29, 2018 M E M O R A N D U M O F L A W Statement of Facts: New Hampshire has a …

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A Dirty Ex-Cop and a Mope

Power does not corrupt men; fools, however, if they get into a position of power, corrupt power.   —George Bernard Shaw Kristin Ruggiero engaged in a series of lies and falsehoods with the specific intent to destroy her estranged husband Jeffrey Ruggiero. For a time it seemed that Kristin was “teflon”…Nothing seemed earthly possible that would …

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New Hampshire State Supreme Court To Fast Track Voter Registration Case

The New Hampshire Supreme Court has agreed to assume jurisdiction over the voter registration dispute suspended by Judge john Lewis last week. For the time being the law has been suspended and out of state students who wish to vote here, do not need to promise to establish domicile in the state by obtaining a …

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Weakling Republicans and Activist Judges….

Last week the Executive Council held hearings on Gov. Lynch’s latest judicial-activist nomination to the NH Supreme Court. On Tuesday I posted at GraniteGrok that the 5-0 Republican majority on the Executive Council—which has the power of advice and consent to the governor’s judicial nominations—should refuse to confirm the nomination. Why? Because the nomee, Jim …

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