Gilbertson, Seth Forrest
February 2006
Albany Law Review;2006, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p591
Academic Journal
Examines the inner workings of the New Hampshire Supreme Court and its relationship with the state. Factors considered in the judicial selection system of the court that may affect the voting patterns of justices including the exclusion of local residents and state legislature in the selection process and the tenure of judges; Role of the Supreme Court in the state government; Resignation of Justice W. Stephen Thayer III to avoid indictment for failing to disclose his financial involvement with an interested party.


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