Judge allows N.H. prison’s ‘pay to stay’ counterclaim to continue
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A Merrimack County Superior Court judge has ruled that the New Hampshire Department of Justice was not acting in a “retaliatory way” when it sought to recoup the cost of a former prisoner’s care after that inmate sued for medical malpractice.

Judge Richard McNamara denied the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire’s request to stop the Department of Justice from seeking $119,000 from Eric Cable, a Northwood man who is suing the state for medical malpractice.

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