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Not all weapons are protected by the Second Amendment. There is a "dangerous and unusual weapons" exclusionary clause established by the Supreme Court in District of Columbia v. Heller, which excludes pretty much anything that's incredibly dangerous (obviously we wouldn't want our people to have the right to keep bombs in their house) or not considered a ...


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Yes that seems to be the case. The section after the one you quoted, 551:11 Share of Unnamed Child says: If the property not devised nor bequeathed shall be insufficient to satisfy the just share of such child, after allowing advancements received by him, the same shall be made up in just proportion from the property devised or bequeathed to others. The ...


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Article 10 of Part I of the Constitution of New Hampshire (Article 10, Part II relates to classification of town governments) is mentioned in five reported appellate cases in the history of New Hampshire since it was adopted in 1784 that I could locate. It has never successfully been effective to protect the rights of anyone invoking it. (It is possible that ...


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When understanding jurisprudence and laws that implicate the second amendment I generally find it helpful to reference the old United States v. Miller case. Essentially, the Supreme Court decided to read the second amendment as prohibiting infringements on keeping or bearing arms with some reasonable relation to the preservation or efficiency of a militia. ...


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It is common in state FOI or open access laws to exempt from disclosure records pertaining to police investigations. In some cases police procedures are also exampled. 91-A:5 Exemptions. (included in the document linked in the question) lists 6 exemptions, part of number IV is: Without otherwise compromising the confidentiality of the files, nothing in ...


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Meaning First, it is important to parse the language correctly. It means: (1) Every child born after the decease of the testator who is not a devisee or legatee (usually because the mother was pregnant at the time of death, although not always), shall be entitled to the same portion of the estate, real and personal, as he would be if the deceased were ...


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New Hampshire law makes it illegal to resist arrest, "regardless of whether there is a legal basis for the arrest." RSA 642:2. You can likely defend yourself against excessive force used in or after the arrest, but you may not resist the arrest itself.


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As far as I am aware there is no prohibition against bartering firearms in general. This would be an odd prohibition since it is legal to gift and lend firearms. However, some of your situations change this. could I legally manufacture and exchange a firearm If you manufactured a firearm with the intent to sell you would be required to have an FFL. If this ...


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As discussed in the answer to another question, Is crypto legal in a weapon-free zone?, just because something is listed as a munition doesn't make it a weapon. The definition of munition includes "weapons and ammunition" but not exclusively so. The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) defines what can and cannot be exported without a special ...


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There are a few main factors that limit law enforcement liability in a civil lawsuit: 1. Governmental Immunity Statutes. Usually, a state has a governmental immunity act that bars tort liability of state or local governments and of governmental officials acting in their official capacity, except for some narrow exceptions, the most common of which are for ...


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New Hampshire is a "constitutional carry" state. The term "constitutional carry" is not a legal term but, rather, a catchphrase used to describe states that have adopted, either by statute or state constitution, that no permit is required to carry a gun either openly displayed or concealed. The phrase comes from a belief among many that the constitution is a ...


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This is an example of an affirmative defense In a criminal case, the prosecution must prove each and every element of the charge beyond a reasonable doubt. Where the law provides an exception that amounts to if you do X you commit a crime unless Y, the defense has to prove (to a lower burden) that Y happened. An affirmative defense only kicks in if the ...


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Analysis. This question has never been squarely resolved by case law. An analysis would look to the U.S. Constitution (the pertinent parts of which are restated below) and case law under it, to determine if Congress has the authority to enact such a law or not including whether laws currently on the books affect it. Caucuses and primaries are used by ...


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In addition to qualifie3d immunity which also applies in federal court, many states have a "Law Enforcement officer's Bill of Rights" such as This one from Maryland. For example section 3-103(c)(2) says: (2) Unless a complaint is filed within 90 days after the alleged brutality, an investigation that may lead to disciplinary action under this subtitle for ...


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If it is data that is in your personnel file, you may request to view it and comment on it according to New Hampshire law: Source: NOLO N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 275:56 Employers affected: All. Employee access to records: Employer must provide employees a reasonable opportunity to inspect records. Copying records: Employer may charge a fee ...


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According to the Wikipedia article "Conscription in the United States", The Selective Service Act of 1917: ...prohibited all forms of bounties, substitutions, or purchase of exemptions. This national conscription process was not under state control, and effectively replaced the state-based quota system which had been in place during the Civil War and ...


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After some additional additional research I found that a person who is not a member of the bar can legally represent another person or entity in the courts of New Hampshire as long as the following requirements are met: The representative is of good character The party to the suit has made out a notarized power of attorney and filed it with the court The ...


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Convention in U.S. process is to: Attempt "in good faith" to "meet or confer" with the opposing party to try to resolve the discovery dispute directly. Failing step #1, file a Motion to Compel with the court. Rules of Civil Procedure (e.g., FRCP 37) typically have strict requirements for filing such motions. Judges generally frown upon discovery disputes ...


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I eventually figured out the answer to this question. In general, the process is that the probate court assigns an executor to the estate of the decedent and that executor then executes a deed conveying title to the real estate to the appropriate heir or heirs. In some states this type of deed is known as a "personal representative's deed", where ...


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Federal rules concerning carrying firearms generally apply only to federal buildings, military bases and Indian reservations. National Forests, BLM lands and National Parks are governed by state law. The Concealed Carry web site contains more detailed information summarizing the legal situation.


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A contract can specify the allowed method(s) of payment If your contract doesn’t then payment by cash is acceptable or any other method the vendor accepts. Your landlord can choose to accept checks and then, they can choose to no longer accept them. Your choice is to either pay in cash or by a method they do accept.


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Why would the death have any effect on the deed? The quitclaim deed (or any other deed or finalised contract) would have the same effect as it had while the grantor was alive. There is no reason to modify it nor is there any ability to do so.


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Yes, property owned by governments, including state governments, is generally exempt from property taxes in the US. (A list of the exemptions as of 2000 is available here.) The governments that are exempt in New Hampshire are listed in Ch 72 §23 of the New Hampshire Statutes, Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Exemption." These include the state, ...


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The applicable state law is here. Section 461-A:2 guides the interpretation of the chapter: I. Because children do best when both parents have a stable and meaningful involvement in their lives, it is the policy of this state, unless it is clearly shown that in a particular case it is detrimental to a child, to: (a) Support frequent and ...


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As BlueDogRanch said, animals are property; you can have an animal put down because you consider it dangerous, because (if it is livestock) you wish to sell the carcass, or because you are tired of it. Legally, the dog belongs to the person whose name is on the dog licence; that person's view is decisive. (If you are asking whether the family should have a ...


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I would assume that the context of his statement is regarding qualified immunity. Qualified immunity is a legal doctrine in United States federal law that shields government officials from being sued for discretionary actions performed within their official capacity, unless their actions violated "clearly established" federal law or constitutional ...


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This requirement isn't about whether or not New Hampshire considers other state driver's licenses valid for the purposes of assessing someone's ability to drive, but enforcing the requirement that a person cannot claim primary residency in more than one place. As far as I know, it is a requirement in every state that you declare that state your primary ...


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The New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) requires you to have a retail dealer license if you’re in the business of selling 5 motor vehicles or more to the public during a period of 12 months. From the New Hampshire Department of Motor Vehicles.


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In Washington, no license is required if the pond or lake has been evaluated by the state and you have a fish-stocking permit, which essentially means the fish have to come from an approved source and the water has to be cut off from the outside world (and can't overflow to the outside). In New Hampshire, the requirement to have a license has an exception ...


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