Last Updated: April 1, 2014
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RULES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
RULES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE APPLICABLE IN CIVIL ACTIONS
RULES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE APPLICABLE IN CRIMINAL CASES FILED IN SUPERIOR COURT
[Editor’s note: The "Rules of the Superior Court of the State of New Hampshire Applicable in Criminal Cases Filed in Superior Court and in Domestic Relations Cases Filed in the Cheshire County Superior Court" were, prior to October 1, 2013, titled "Rules of the Superior Court of the State of New Hampshire." Effective October 1, 2013, these rules apply only in criminal cases filed in Superior Court and in domestic relations cases filed in the Cheshire County Superior Court. Effective December 16, 2013 these rules apply only in criminal cases filed in Superior Court. For civil cases filed or pending in Superior Court on or after October 1, 2013, see the "Rules of the Superior Court of the State of New Hampshire Applicable in Civil Actions."]
NEW HAMPSHIRE SUPERIOR COURT ADMINISTRATIVE RULES
RULES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE -- DISTRICT DIVISION
RULES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE -- PROBATE DIVISION
RULES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE -- FAMILY DIVISION
RULES OF EVIDENCE
NEW HAMPSHIRE RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
SYSTEM-WIDE GUARDIAN AD LITEM APPLICATION, CERTIFICATION AND PRACTICE RULES
Model Charge: Burden Of Proof Presumption Of Innocence, Reasonable Doubt
Guidelines for Public Access to Court Records
Editor's Note: Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 54(5), the administrative judges of the Superior Court and Circuit Court may issue administrative orders to carry out the responsibilities of the office. The following links will take you to the administrative orders available on the Judicial Branch website:
Superior Court Administrative Orders
District Division Administrative Orders
Probate Division Administrative Orders
Family Division Administrative Orders