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Rockingham County District Divisions

Rockingham County has seven district divisions:

1.  10th Circuit - District Division - Candia
2.  10th Circuit - District Division - Derry
3.  10th Circuit - District Division - Brentwood
4.  10th Circuit - District Division - Seabrook
5.  10th Circuit - District Division - Plaistow
6.  10th Circuit - District Division - Portsmouth
7.  10th Circuit - District Division - Salem

NH CIRCUIT COURT
10th Circuit – District Division – Candia

110 Raymond Rd.
Candia, NH 03034

Parking: There is a parking lot in front of the courthouse.

Justice : Hon David G. LeFrancois
Special Justice : Vacant
Circuit Clerk : Robin Pinelle
Deputy Clerk: Maureen Murphy
Phone : 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours : Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : Towns of Auburn, Candia, Deerfield, Northwood, Nottingham, and Raymond.

Directions

From the North (Nottingham): Take Route 156 South (Raymond Road) to Route 27 in Raymond, 6.3 miles. Turn right (West) onto Route 27 for 7.0 miles. Candia Court House will be on your right.

From the North (Northwood/Deerfield): Take Route 43 South to Route 27 (Raymond Road). Turn left (East) onto Raymond Road (Route 27). Follow Raymond Road for approximately ½ mile. Candia Court House will be on your left.

From the South (Derry): Take Route 102 East to Route 101 West. Follow Route 101 West to Exit 3 (Candia). Bear right and continue onto Route 43 North. Continue straight at the blinking light, Raymond Road (Route 27). Follow Raymond Road for approximately ½ mile. Candia Court House will be on your left.

From the East (Route 125): Take Exit 7 off Route 125 onto Route 101 West. Follow 101 West to Exit 3 (Candia). Bear right and continue onto Route 43 North. Continue straight at the blinking light, Raymond Road (Route 27). Follow Raymond Road for approximately ½ mile. Candia Court House will be on your left.

From the East (I-95): Take Exit 2 off Route 95 to Route 101 West. Follow Route 101 West to Exit 3 (Candia). Bear right and continue onto Route 43 North. Continue straight at the blinking light, Raymond Road (Route 27). Follow Raymond Road for approximately ½ mile. Candia Court House will be on your left.

From the West (I-93): Take Interstate 93 to Exit 7 (Route 101 East).

Follow 101 East to Exit 3 (Candia). Bear right and continue onto Route 43 North. Continue straight at the blinking light, Raymond Road (Route 27 East). Follow Raymond Road for approximately ½ mile. Candia Court House will be on your left.

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NH CIRCUIT COURT
10th Circuit – District Division – Derry

10 Courthouse Lane
Derry, NH 03038

Justice : Hon. John J. Coughlin
Special Justice : Hon. Robert S. Stephen
Circuit clerk: Robin Pinelle
Deputy clerk: Brenda Santos
Phone
: 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours : Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : Towns of Derry, Londonderry, Chester, and Sandown.

Directions

From the north: Take Interstate 93 South to Exit 4. At the top of the ramp proceed left on Route 102 East. Go 1 mile into the center of Derry. Take a left onto Manning Street and the courthouse is the large brick building directly in front of you.

From the south: Take Interstate 93 North to Exit 4. At the top of the ramp proceed right on Route 102 East. Go 1 mile into the center of Derry. Take a left onto Manning Street and the courthouse is the large brick building directly in front of you.

From the seacoast: Take Route 101 West to Interstate 93 South to Exit 4. At the top of the ramp proceed left on Route 102 East. Go 1 mile into the center of Derry. Take a left onto Manning Street and the courthouse is the large brick building directly in front of you.

From Northwood/Deerfield: Take Route 107 South to Route 101 West. Once on Route 101 West go to Interstate 93 South to Exit 4. At the top of the ramp proceed left on Route 102 East. Go 1 mile into the center of Derry. Take a left onto Manning Street and the courthouse is the large brick building directly in front of you.

From Plaistow/Kingston: Take Routes 125,121 or 121A North to Route 111 West. From Route 111 West go to Interstate 93 North to Exit 4. At the top of the ramp proceed left on Route 102 East. Go 1 mile into the center of Derry. Take a left onto Manning Street and the courthouse is the large brick building directly in front of you.

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NH CIRCUIT COURT
10th Circuit – District Division – Brentwood
10 Route 125
Brentwood, NH

Mailing Address :
P.O. Box 1149
Kingston, NH 03848-1149

Justice :
Circuit Clerk : Cheryll Andrews
Deputy clerk: Deb Turgeon
Phone : 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours : Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : Towns of Exeter, Newmarket, Stratham, Newfields, Fremont, East Kingston, Kensington, Epping, and Brentwood.

Directions

From the north: Take Interstate 93 South to Route 101 East. Follow Route 101 East to Exit 7 (Epping). Take Route 125 South at Exit 7. Stay on Route 125 South for 5 miles. Watch for a sign to Rockingham County Courthouse on the right. Turn right and the court is on the left.

From the south: Take Interstate 93 North to Route 101 East. Follow 101 East to Exit 7 (Epping). Take Route 125 South at Exit 7. Stay on Route 125 South for 5 miles. Watch for a sign to Rockingham County Courthouse on the right. Turn right and the court is on the left.

From the east: Take Route 101 West to Exit 7 (Epping). Take Route 125 South at Exit 7. Stay on Route 125 South for 5 miles. Watch for a sign to Rockingham County Courthouse on the right. Turn right and the court is on the left. 

From the west: Take Route 101 East through Manchester towards seacoast to Exit 7 (Epping). Take Route 125 South at Exit 7. Stay on Route 125 South for 5 miles. Watch for a sign at Rockingham County Courthouse on the right. Turn right and the court is on the left.

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NH CIRCUIT COURT
10th Circuit – District Division – Seabrook
130 Ledge Road
Seabrook NH 03874


Justice : Vacant
Special Justice : Hon. Mark F. Weaver
Circuit clerk: Diane Caron
Deputy clerk:
Jean Birnbaum
Phone
: 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours
: Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : Towns of Hampton, Hampton Falls, North Hampton, South Hampton, and Seabrook.

Directions

From U.S. Route #1
At the intersection of Route #1 and Route #107 in Seabrook, NH. Take Route #107 West. Proceed to the second set of traffic lights. At the lights take a left onto Batchelder Road and proceed approximately ½ mile to Ledge Road on the left. The Court is located at 130 Ledge Road.

From Interstate #95 (Traveling from the North)
Take Exit #1. Bear right at the end of the exit onto Route #107 and travel to the traffic lights (approximately ¼ mile). Turn left at the lights onto Batchelder Road and travel approximately ½ mile to Ledge Road. The Court is located at 130 Ledge Road. 

From Interstate #95 (Traveling from the South)
Take Exit #1. Bear right at the end of the exit onto Route #107 and travel to the traffic lights (approximately ¼ mile). Turn left at the lights onto Batchelder Road and travel approximately ½ mile to Ledge Road on the left. The Court is located at 130 Ledge Road.

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NH CIRCUIT COURT
10th Circuit – District Division – Plaistow

14 Elm Street
Plaistow, NH 03865

Justice : Hon. Sharon N. DeVries
Circuit Clerk : Theresa McCafferty
Deputy Clerk: Sharon Richardson
Phone : 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours : Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : Towns of Plaistow, Hampstead, Kingston, Newton, Atkinson, and Danville.

Directions

From the north: Take Interstate 93 South to Route 101 East. Take Route 101 East to Route 125 South, which will be Exit 7. Follow Route 125 South for about 14 miles to intersection where Sandborn’s Candies is on the left. Turn left onto Route 121A. Go a little more than a mile and you will see the town hall on the left. Take your next left onto Elm Street. The court is in the 5th building on the Left (14 Elm Street).

From the south: Take Interstate 93 North to Route 111 East (Salem, Windham). Take Route 111 East to Route 121A. Follow on 121A until you cross over the Junction of Route 125. Go a little more than a mile, after the cross over, and you will see the town hall on the left. Take your next left onto Elm Street. The court is in the 5th building on the Left (14 Elm Street).

From Interstate 495: Take Interstate 495 to Exit 51-B. Follow this until you get to Route 125 North. Once on Route 125 North, go until you get to Route 121A, which will be on your right. Go a little more than a mile, after the cross over, and you will see the town hall on the left. Take your next left onto Elm Street. The court is in the 5th building on the Left (14 Elm Street).

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NH CIRCUIT COURT
10th Circuit – District Division – Portsmouth

111 Parrott Avenue
Portsmouth, NH 03801-4490

Justice : Hon. Sawako Tachibana Gardner
Circuit Clerk : Diane Caron
Deputy clerk: Marcia Chin-Colby
Phone : 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours : Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : City of Portsmouth and the towns of Newington, Greenland, Rye, and New Castle.

Directions

From the north: Take Interstate 95 to Exit 7 (Market Street). At the bottom of the ramp turn left. Once you reach Market Square, you must turn right. Proceed to first traffic light and turn left onto Fleet Street. Cross over two streets (State Street and Court Street). You will see the Central Fire Station diagonal on the left. Cross over and the Courthouse is directly behind the Fire Station. You will see the municipal parking lot on the left.

From the south: Take Interstate 95 to Exit 3. At the lights take a right and go through the next light. You will pass a large cemetery on the right and come to a traffic light. Go through the light and proceed to a “Y” intersection. At the intersection, bear right to a traffic light and go through that light. Keep going straight and you will go through a blinking, yellow light and to another traffic light. At the light keep going straight. Continue on to the top of a small hill. You will see a sign on the left that says “City of Portsmouth, Municipal Complex”. Take that left. After passing ponds on the left and right, take a left onto Parrott Avenue. The Courthouse is the first building on the right, next to a parking lot.

From the west via Route 101: Take route 101 and toward Exeter then pick up route 33 in Exeter heading toward Portsmouth. After going over a railroad bridge you will pass a large cemetery on the right. Keep to the right until you come to a traffic light at the intersection of Peverly Hill Road and Middle Road. Go through the light and proceed to a “Y” intersection. At the intersection, bear right to a traffic light and go through that light. Keep going straight and you will go through a blinking, yellow light and to another traffic light. At the light keep going straight. Continue on to the top of a small hill. You will see a sign on the left that says “City of Portsmouth, Municipal Complex”. Take that left. After passing ponds on the left and right, take a left onto Parrott Avenue. The Courthouse is the first building on the right, next to a parking lot.

From the west via Route 4: After passing over the bridge into Newington, keep to the left to downtown Portsmouth (Market Street Extension and Market Street). Keep straight. Once you reach Market Square, you must turn right. Proceed to first traffic light and turn left onto Fleet Street. Cross over two streets (State Street and Court Street). You will see the Central Fire Station diagonal on the left. Cross over and the Courthouse is directly behind the Fire Station. You will see the municipal parking lot on the left.

From the south via Route 1: In Portsmouth after passing the Dinnerhorn/Bratskellar Restaurant and Dunkin Donuts on the left, keep to the right through a traffic light. See sign for Downtown. Turn right at next traffic light, Lafayette Road and South Street.

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NH CIRCUIT COURT
10th Circuit – District Division – Salem

35 Geremonty Drive
Salem, NH 03079

Justice : Hon. John A. Korbey
Justice : Hon. Michael F. Sullivan
Circuit Clerk : Theresa McCafferty
Deputy Clerk: Sharon Richardson
Phone : 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours : Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : Towns of Salem, Windham, and Pelham.

Directions

From the north: Take Interstate 93 South to Exit 1. At the end of the ramp proceed on Rockingham Park Blvd. You will go past the Rockingham Mall and the Rockingham Race Track. At the third set of lights (intersection of Route 28), you will go across Route 28 and onto Veterans Memorial Parkway. There is an Exxon Gas Station to the left and a 99 Restaurant on the right. You will then pass the Salem Police Department on your left. After you pass the police station, you will take the second left onto Geremonty Drive. The Salem District Court is the first building on the right.

From the south: Take Interstate 495 North to the Route 97 Exit (Salem, NH/Haverhill, MA). Proceed West on Route 97. You will be on this road for 5 to 6 miles. At the third set of lights, you will take a left onto Geremonty Drive. The Salem Boys and Girls Club and the Kelley Library will be on your left. The Court Building is located on the left after the Salem Municipal Building.

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