Under NH District Court Rule 2.10 the state provides police reports and other basic information upon filing of the attorney's appearance and Rule 2.10 request. Most New Hampshire police departments do this relatively automatically. However, every now and then one runs into an obstructionist and it may well not be the attorney's fault at all.
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Because I do not practice in NH, I agree with the first answer. Some additional general advice: I got the impression you were hoping the fact the police reports were not yet disclosed may result in a dismissal of your case. In my experience in WI, it sometimes takes several hearings before the police reports are turned over. Generally, you are not going to get a dismissal. unless your attorney moves to compel disclosure of the evidence and the prosecutor still refuses to turn them over.