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August 2012 Archives

Three dead, six injured in multiple motorcycle-vehicle crash

On Saturday, August 25, during a memorial motorcycle procession in Westmoreland, New Hampshire, a car crossed into oncoming traffic and killed two cyclists. Five other cyclists and the passenger in the sedan were injured, and on August 27, authorities reported that the 87-year-old driver of the car, Robert Lockerby, had also died.

Grounds for divorce, fault and no fault distinctions in New Hampshire

If you are considering filing for divorce in New Hampshire, there are a number of decisions you will need to make before you and your lawyer ever get to filing court documents. Below, Stephen C. Brown & Associates have detailed a few.

Are you disabled? How the SSA decides

The Social Security Administration's (SSA) Disability Determination Services (DDS) office uses five criteria to determine whether a person is disabled, according to the agency's website. Their findings in these areas are a large contributor to the acceptance or denial of social security disability claims.

In another twist, two charges dropped in case against man who allegedly hit in-law with SUV

On July 27, the Concord Monitor reported that Robert Pond, a Weare, New Hampshire resident, had allegedly attempted to murder his brother-in-law, Jason Potter, by hitting him with his Chevrolet Blazer. Potter's pelvis was broken in the crash, and he is being treated at Concord Hospital.

New Hampshire DWI Reporting Across States

Did you know that New Hampshire DWI convictions are reported to other states through the Driver License Compact. This means that if you are from another state, and convicted of drunk driving in New Hampshire, your home state will most likely be notified of the drunk driving conviction from NH. How your home state handles this varies by state.

Narragansett physician pleads not guilty to DUI, drug possession in New Hampshire

According to The Westerly Sun, Dr. Jeffrey Feldman, who is facing felony charges for driving under the influence, drug possession and attempting to escape from a police officer, among others, entered his pleas August 17, at a hearing in a New Hampshire court, following an incident in Tilton, New Hampshire earlier this summer. He pleaded not guilty to all misdemeanor charges, which included moving violations and resisting arrest. Felony cases, namely drug possession in the doctor's case, are not pleaded.

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