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The mission of the department is to serve the people of New Hampshire with diligence, independence and integrity by performing the constitutional, statutory and common law duties of the Attorney General as the State's chief legal officer and chief law enforcement officer, to seek to do justice in all prosecutions, to provide the State with legal representation and counsel of the highest quality, to protect the State's environment and the rights of its consumers, and to provide supervision and leadership of New Hampshire law enforcement.

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Attorney General and Rockingham County Commissioners Request an Expedited Hearing on Petition to Remove Rockingham County Attorney James Reams
April 21, 2014
The Attorney General and the Rockingham County Commissioners filed pleadings in the Merrimack County Superior Court requesting to expedite the hearing on the Petition to Remove Rockingham County Attorney James Reams. more…
March 27, 2014 Fire in Seabrook, New Hampshire
April 17, 2014
Additional information is available regarding a fire that occurred in Seabrook, New Hampshire on March 27, 2014. more…

Indictment Charging Officer Mark Richardson of the Seabrook Police Department with Simple Assault

 

"No True Bill" Returned on Indictment Presented for Officer Adam Laurent of the Seabrook Police Department

April 10, 2014
The Rockingham County Grand Jury returned an indictment charging Officer Mark Richardson of the Seabrook Police Department with one count of simple assault. After considering the testimony and evidence presented, the Grand Jury did not indict Officer Adam Laurent on a simple assault charge. more…

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