On December 22, 2021, a diverse group of educators, advocacy groups, and law firms filed a federal lawsuit challenging a New Hampshire classroom censorship law, contained within state budget bill
In each of these three consolidated cases now before the New Hampshire Supreme Court, the State seeks to condition the production of constitutionally-required exculpatory evidence relate
In these three separate cases before the New Hampshire Supreme Court, three Officer John Does are attempting to separately invoke RSA 105:13-b to ask the New Hampshire court system to resolve disciplinary matters and obtain removal from the Exculpatory Evidence
Filed on April 28, 2021, this case before the First Circuit Court of Appeals concerns whether the former Attorney General’s BIA precedent—Matter of Castro-Tum—is consiste
On April 26, 2021, the ACLU-NH filed an amicus brief in this case concerning the narrow question of whether a law enforcement agency has the ability to
The central question in this case, which is pending at the First Circuit Court of Appeals, is whether 8 U.S.C.