State v. Stacey

Criminal No. 2017-0413 Nov. 1, 2018 Affirmed. Whether a five-day delay between seizing a vehicle and applying for a search warrant was so unreasonable as to be unconstitutional. On June 30, the defendant was pulled over for speeding while driving...

State v. Sachdev

Criminal No. 2017-0599 Nov. 28, 2018 Affirmed. Whether the defendant was in custody for Miranda purposes and whether his consent to a search was voluntary. The victim reported that a man had sexually assaulted her inside a store. Two detectives...

State v. Labrie

Criminal No. 2015-0687 Nov. 6, 2018 Affirmed. Addressing whether: (1) there was sufficient evidence to support the defendant’s conviction; (2) the trial court erred by not allowing cross-examination of a witness; and (3) the trial court erred by...

State v. Glavan

Criminal No. 2016-0363 Nov. 1, 2018 Reversed and remanded. Whether a defendant was “stopped in transit” such that the police did not need a warrant to search her vehicle. The State appealed an order granting the defendant’s motion to suppress...

State v. Bjorkman

Criminal        No. 2017-0569 Nov. 28, 2018 Affirmed. Whether a defendant is “brought to trial” for the purposes of the Interstate Agreement on Detainers (RSA chapter 606-A) when a jury is selected. The defendant appealed his conviction arguing...

In Re E.G.

CRIMINAL LAW—MIRANDA WARNINGS In Re E.G. 10th Circuit Court-Derry Family Division No. 2017-0375 August 17, 20 Affirmed Whether a juvenile was “in custody” and therefore entitled to Miranda warnings when police questioned the juvenile at his...

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