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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.]

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROBATION


    107. The terms and conditions of probation, unless otherwise prescribed, shall be as follows:

    The probationer shall:

        (a) Report to the probation or parole officer at such times and places as directed, comply with the probation or parole officer's instructions, and respond truthfully to all inquiries from the probation or parole officer;

        (b) Comply with all orders of the Court, board of parole or probation or parole officer, including any order for the payment of money;

        (c) Obtain the probation or parole officer's permission before changing residence or employment or traveling out of State;

        (d) Notify the probation or parole officer immediately of any arrest, summons or questioning by a law enforcement officer;

        (e) Diligently seek and maintain lawful employment, notify probationer's employer of his or her legal status, and support dependents to the best of his or her ability;

        (f) Not receive, possess, control or transport any weapon, explosive or firearm, or simulated weapon, explosive, or firearm;

        (g) Be of good conduct, obey all laws, and be arrest-free;

        (h) Submit to reasonable searches of his or her person, property and possessions as requested by the probation or parole officer and permit the probation or parole officer to visit his or her residence at reasonable times for the purpose of examination and inspection in the enforcement of the conditions of probation or parole;

        (i) Not associate with any person having a criminal record or with other individuals as directed by the probation or parole officer unless specifically authorized to do so by the probation or parole officer;

        (j) Not indulge in the illegal use, sale, possession, distribution, or transportation, or be in the presence, of controlled drugs, or use alcoholic beverages to excess;

        (k) Agree to waive extradition to the State of New Hampshire from any State in the United States or any other place and agree to return to New Hampshire if directed by the probation or parole officer; and

        (l) Comply with such of the following, or any other, special conditions as may be imposed by the Court, the parole board or the probation or parole officer:

            (1) Participate regularly in Alcoholics Anonymous to the satisfaction of the probation or parole officer;

            (2) Secure written permission from the probation or parole officer prior to purchasing and/or operating a motor vehicle;

            (3) Participate in and satisfactorily complete a specific designated program;

            (4) Enroll and participate in mental health counseling on a regular basis to the satisfaction of the probation or parole officer;

            (5) Not be in the unsupervised company of minors of one or the other sex at any time;

            (6) Not leave the county without permission of the probation or parole officer;

            (7) Refrain totally from the use of alcoholic beverages;

            (8) Submit to breath, blood or urine testing for abuse substances at the direction of the probation or parole officer; and

            (9) Comply with designated house arrest provisions.

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