How do I look up court cases in New Hampshire?
You can obtain a PACER login on-line or by calling (800) 676-6856. If you have a PACER account, you may login to the court’s electronic case files. You may also view the court’s electronic case files free of charge at the public terminals in the clerk’s office.
What circuit is NH?
First Circuit | United States Court of Appeals.
What types of circuit courts are in NH?
The New Hampshire Circuit Court consists of the District, Family and Probate court divisions.
How many district courts are in New Hampshire?
District Division There are 32 District divisions in New Hampshire.
How many federal district courts are in New Hampshire?
one federal district court
In New Hampshire, there is one federal district court, a state supreme court, and trial courts with both general and limited jurisdiction.
Are police reports public record in NH?
Records Request Police reports, photographs, and other related items are available to the public for a processing fee. Requests for incident reports, and other items can be made in person at the police station, through the U.S. Mail, or by emailing the Records Department .
Is the district court in New Hampshire open to the public?
To view a video recording of the Town Hall, click here The United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire and District Court Clerk’s Office will be open to the public during regular business hours effective June 1, 2021 (21-19).
When are the Daily docket sheets for the scheduled hearings?
Note: These are the daily docket sheets as of 4pm the day prior to the scheduled hearings. Be advised the schedule could be subject to last minute changes. If you have any questions, contact the Information Center at 1-855-212-1234.
What time do superior court dockets come out in Arizona?
View Superior Court daily dockets by county. Dockets are current as of 4:00 p.m. the prior day.
How do I contact the Superior Court of New York?
If you have any questions call the information center at 1-855-212-1234. Members of the media that wish to access hearings and court proceedings in the Superior Courts via WebEx must contact the Communications Office. More information regarding access and technical tips can be found here: WebEx Guidelines and Tips for the Media