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Bar Journal - Issue Date: September 2001
Annual Survey of New Hampshire Law
Volume 42, Number 3


Articles Page #
The Constitutionality of RSA 256:930
Seven Days in the Life of a Rockingham County Superior Court Petit Juror0
Introduction4
The New Hampshire Supreme Court Strikes a Balance Between Parental Rights and the Best Interest of the Child Analysis of the In re Bill F. Decision5
The Parent Trap: Tomasko v. Dubuc - Relocation and the Custodial Parent Rights13
I'm Guilty - I Think? In re Wesley B.: An Analysis of the Voluntariness of Juvenile Confessions24
State v. Gould: Setting the Standard for When Broad Judicial Discretion Encounters Double Jeopardy31
Commentary: The Disenfranchisement of New Hampshire's Incarcerated Felons38
National v. Olsten: An Analysis of Restrictive Covenants and Intentional Interference with Contractual Relations in NH45
The Sharpest Tool in the Box? Thomas Tool Services, Inc. v. Town of Croydon55
Putting a Pricetag on Precedent: The Doctrine of Vacatur upon Consent and its Implication on Policy and Principles in NH Courts62
Lex Loci: A Survey of New Hampshire Supreme Court Decisions67

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