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Victory on Appeal, and Dismissal, for Therapist Wrongfully Accused

In our most recent and perhaps our greatest victory, we won an appeal granting a new trial to a beloved and esteemed therapist wrongfully accused of sexual assault by a client.  The Decision by the New Hampshire Supreme Court On October 12, 2018, th…

Plymouth State's Contempt for Free Speech Rights Now National News

PSU’S SHAME A while back on this page, I wrote about the disgraceful actions of Plymouth State University in shaming and punishing faculty members for exercising their fundamental constitutional right to freedom of speech, freedom of thought, a…

NH ACLU - Public Employee Free Speech Rights Violated

As reported in the Concord Monitor today, the NH ACLU has issued a press release criticizing Plymouth State University and Newfound Regional High School for punishing public employees that supported a professional colleague in a criminal sentencing h…

4th Amendment Protects Unauthorized Driver of Rental Car

On May 14, 2018, the United States Supreme Court unanimously held that the 4th Amendment right against unreasonable searches and seizures protects the driver of a rental car, even if the driver was not listed as an authorized driver on the rental agr…

1st Circuit Reverses Felony Convictions - Ineffective Assistance of Counsel

Overview – Important Federal Circuit Decision On January 9, 2018, the 1st Circuit issued an important decision for the criminal justice system, and for Eber Rivera, who may have been wrongfully convicted of Armed Assault with Intent to Murder a…

20 Years in Prison for DWI?

Texas Repeat Offenders Need Uber An ABC television affiliate in Upshur County, Texas reports this week that a 53-year old man was sentenced to 20 years in prison for his 4th DWI. Yes, 20 years in prison for a DWI that did not involve a traffic accide…

NH Supreme Court oral argument coverage

Last week, Richard Guerriero was before the New Hampshire Supreme Court, presenting oral argument in an appeal from a jury’s guilty verdicts of reckless second degree murder, assault by prisoner and falsifying physical evidence. You can click t…

Three Day Jury Trial Ends in Not Guilty Verdicts on all Counts.

Ted Lothstein Wins Not Guilty Verdicts We are thrilled to report that on Wednesday, April 13, 2016, as published in this morning’s Monadnock Ledger newspaper, Jess Burt was found not guilty by jury of all charges pending against her.  Backgr…

Victim of Over-Militarized Police Strikes Back

The Tragic Death of an Innocent Man Eurie A. Stamps was an innocent, 68-year old man living in a Framingham, Massachusetts home also occupied by suspected drug dealers. On January 5, 2011, he was in his pajamas, watching a basketball game on TV. A S…

Firm News - Jury Trial ends in Acquittal

This week, Richard and I tried a three-day Negligent Homicide jury trial in Hillsborough-South Superior Court. On Wednesday, after one hour deliberation, the jury came back NOT GUILTY. State Originally Charged Client with Manslaughter When this case…

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