Common questions

How do I look up court cases in NH?

How do I look up court cases in NH?

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.

Are court records public in NH?

Once a court record is sealed, it shall not be open to public inspection except by order of the court. Any case records not subject to disclosure except upon order of the court shall be kept in a separate section of the court files, accessed only by the court and the clerk’s staff.

What are the five courts in New Hampshire court system?

The New Hampshire Court system is composed of the Supreme Court, the Superior Court, the District Court, the Family Division, the Probate Court, and the Administrative Office of the Courts.

How many district courts are in NH?

In New Hampshire, there is one federal district court, a state supreme court, and trial courts with both general and limited jurisdiction.

What happens when a judge does not follow the law?

Case Law also states that when a judge acts as a trespasser of the law, when a judge does not follow the law, he then loses subject matter jurisdiction and the Judges orders are void, of no legal force or affect.

Are divorce records public in NH?

Divorce records are considered private and confidential, with access limited to those individuals who have a “direct and tangible” interest in the record. The only exception is divorce records more than 50 years old which are considered public and are open to the public.

Are warrants public record NH?

New Hampshire Warrant Searches Warrants are public records available to the public. Performing a Warrant Search is an important step in a thorough background check.

What court holds jury trials in New Hampshire?

The Superior Court
The Superior Court is a statewide court of general jurisdiction and provides jury trials in civil and criminal cases. There are 11 Superior Court sites in New Hampshire, one for each county and two in Hillsborough County.

How many circuit courts are in NH?

10 Circuits
There are 10 Circuits in the state, one for each of the state’s counties. Within each circuit there are several court locations, each of which has a clerk and deputy clerk.

Can you sue a judge for a bad decision?

NEW DELHI: No judge can claim that he or she has never passed a “wrong order”, the Supreme Court has said while observing that disciplinary action should not be initiated against a judicial officer merely for passing wrong order unless there is evidence of extraneous reason.

How do I find out if someone is divorced in NH?

Superior Court/Family Division You can obtain copies of divorce certificates or divorce decrees (or divorce decree packets) from the court system. There is a form online, NHJB-2205-F Request for Certified Copy of Divorce Decree or Vital Statistics that you can use to make the request. File the Request with the court.