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Landmark Racial Profiling Decision from MA Supreme Judicial Court

Yesterday, September 17, 2020, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (highest court in MA) released a landmark decision that enables victims of racial profiling to hold police officers accountable in court by suppressing evidence obtained as a res… Read More
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End Qualified Immunity and Hold Police Officers Accountable

Are Police Held Accountable for Misconduct? What is the proper role of police in our society? Most people believe that we employ police officers to help the criminal justice system hold people accountable when they break the law. But it feels like ev… Read More
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Ted Lothstein is Chair and Faculty Member for NH Bar's DWI Litigation Seminar

On April 8, 2020, Ted Lothstein will be chairperson and faculty member for the NH Bar’s full day seminar DWI Litigation: Back to Basics. Although marketed as an introductory seminar for both prosecutors and defense lawyers, this CLE will presen… Read More
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BakerHostetler Partner Turns His Back on Justice

OK, that’s not exactly what the BakerHostetler partner allegedly did during a deposition. But I choose not to print it here. Let’s just say that when the firm assigns lawyers to conduct depositions in the future, this lawyer may be bringi… Read More
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Cutting Edge Privacy Case Argued before NH's High Court

Today, Ted Lothstein presented oral argument to the New Hampshire Supreme Court in a case that implicates several cutting edge issues, including the scope of a new and potentially far-reaching amendment to the State Constitution that safeguards peopl… Read More
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Appellate Advocacy Seminar Wins High Marks from Attendees

The Seminar On October 31, 2019, Ted Lothstein was co-chair, along with fellow appellate lawyer Doreen Connor, of an all-day seminar presented by the NH Bar Association’s CLE Committee: Appellate Advocacy. 76 lawyers attended this seminar. The… Read More
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Sentence Reduction Under 3582c1A for Extraordinary and Compelling Reasons

U.S. v. Urkevich order, 03-cr-00037, Nebraska District Court, link to the order here: Urkevick order c1A Read More
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30 Days Deprivation of Liberty Not Enough for Assaulting Libertarian

The Court Ruling The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled this week that a sentencing judge gave too lenient a sentence – 30 days in jail – to the man who assaulted the world’s most famous libertarian, Senator Rand Paul. Senator Paul&… Read More
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State Police Roadblock coming to Bedford this week

DWI ROADBLOCK COMING According to patch.com, the New Hampshire State Police, Troop B have announced they will run a roadblock “DWI checkpoint”) in the Bedford area this week. Usually, “this week” means Friday or Saturday eveni… Read More
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State Police Announce Memorial Day "Saturation Patrols"

Beware to those enjoying cookouts and BBQs in the Concord area this weekend! ‘Saturation Patrols’ The State Police announced five extra shifts for DUI Hunters this weekend, something they call “saturation patrols.” Sounds like… Read More
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