A proposal to reform New Hampshire’s county system of prosecution
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Two years ago, I wrote an article in NH Business Review (“The ailing state of government lawyering in NH,” July 21-Aug. 3 NH Business Review) in which I highlighted deep concerns about our county systems of prosecution. I described the Attorney General’s removal of two county attorneys for misfeasance and incompetence (Carroll County and Rockingham County), the failures of Manchester’s City Solicitor’s office to protect victims of domestic violence and
a departing top-level prosecutor’s public plea that government lawyers are being set up for failure by an underfunded system that asks more of them than they could deliver.