New Hampshire Felony Process

Ryan Lansing Russman

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Criminal Defense Attorney - Exeter, NH

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If you're charged with a felony in New Hampshire, one of your first appearances will be at the District Court. The State will put on a small case where they must show they have enough information to present to a grand jury. So what exactly does this process involve and when is bail set? Attorney Ryan Russman walks through the process.

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Criminal law establishes the classifications of crimes, how guilt or innocence is determined, and the types of punishment or rehabilitation that may be imposed.

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