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- Budgets for Strafford and Rockingham County Drug Courts approved through December 2016
- RFP for Business Process Re-engineering Services
- July 2016 New Hampshire Bar Examination Passing Applicants
- Superior Court to begin emailing notices and non-confidential orders to parties
- Judicial Branch wins national award for NH e-Court program
- New Coordinator for Statewide Drug Court Program is on the job
- New informational videos for parties involved in either the Circuit or Superior Courts have been posted
- Chief Justice of the Superior Court, Tina L. Nadeau, gave a Tedx Talk on Drug Courts on May 6. Click here to view video.
- All Guardianships now filed on-line statewide
- Supreme Court adopts NH Rules of Criminal Procedure
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