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RULES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE APPLICABLE IN CRIMINAL CASES FILED IN SUPERIOR COURT

 

[Editor’s note: The rules that follow were, prior to October 1, 2013, titled Rules of the Superior Court of the State of New Hampshire. Effective October 1, 2013, these rules applied 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.]

SUBDIVISION OF SUSPENDED SENTENCE

    
    103. Whenever, in any criminal case, a sentence, or any part thereof, is suspended, the Court may thereafter subdivide said suspended sentence into two or more parts, and the defendant may be required to serve any part thereof, with the balance remaining suspended, until further order of the Court, and the defendant may be required to serve the sentence in installments or by intermittent incarceration.


    103-A. Whenever any petition to suspend, amend, reduce or otherwise change the custody status of any person incarcerated in New Hampshire State Prison is filed with the Court, a copy thereof shall be forwarded by counsel for the defendant to the Prosecutor and the Warden of the State Prison. In the event that the defendant files such petition pro se, the Clerk shall forward a copy thereof to the Prosecutor and the Warden of the State Prison. The Prosecutor and the Warden of the State Prison shall have a period of thirty (30) days in which to file a response thereto with copies thereof furnished to petitioner, or petitioner's counsel, if represented. This rule does not apply to petitions for habeas corpus.

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