Connecting You with the Court System
The Communications Office is a central source of information about the court system for New Hampshire citizens and the news media. The office helps facilitate print and broadcast coverage of hearings and others activities within the court system.
NEWS MEDIA CONTACT:
JUDICIAL BRANCH COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR
GENERAL INQUIRIES: Communications.Office@courts.state.nh.us
Do you have a question about the court system? Check out our Site Map first.
You can quickly find the answer to many questions by visiting the Self-Help Center.
If you have a question about a particular case, contact the court clerk or probate register's office in the jurisdiction in which the case was filed. To find a court address or telephone number, go to Find Your Court.
The Communications Office does not answer questions about legal procedure, rulings or opinions and it does not provide legal advice or legal referrals.
Check out News and Press Releases for updates
The communications office works closely with the court technology staff in maintaining the Judicial Branch website and supervises development and publication of the Judicial Branch biennial report, the quarterly newsletter and other reports and publications about the work of the Judicial Branch.
Judges, court staff, civic organizations, schools, public officials, the New Hampshire Bar Association, and many others participate with the court communications office in developing public outreach presentations and projects about the court system. The Communications Office also arranges for speakers from the court system, including judges and staff, to visit schools and community groups.
- The New Hampshire Judicial Branch regularly publishes reports summarizing events and programs in the court system as well as caseload summaries and fiscal data from the court system. REPORT INDEX
- Judicial Branch Innovation Commission Report:
- Hillsborough North Superior Court Plans and Renovations
- A Reporter's Guide to New Hampshire Media Law, Public Access and Covering the Courts (20MB)
- Report and recommendations of the Supreme Court Commission on the Status of the Legal Profession.
- Minority Report/Supreme Court Commission on the Status of the Legal Profession.
- Report and Recommendations of the Citizens Commission.
- Report of the New Hampshire Supreme Court Task Force on Public Access to Court Records, February 2006
- A Vision of Justice The Future of the New Hampshire Courts: Report of the Committee on System Needs and Priorities
- Challenge to Justice: Findings of the Pro Se Task Force. January 2004