Jun 12, 2013

Recording a Police Officer – a Crime or a Right?

Over the last several years it was commonplace to see news reports concerning citizens being arrested for videotaping police officers while doing acts in the line of duty, like making a motor vehicle stop or a sidewalk arrest. These video-taping …

Apr 10, 2013

New Allegations Involving Former New London Police Chief

Attorney Richard Lehmann of Douglas, Leonard & Garvey, P.C. represents the Colby-Sawyer College student who alleged that former Police Chief David Seastrand of New London Police Department asked her to pose nude in exchange for dropping charges against her. Our …

Apr 04, 2013

Does the Use of a Weapons Scanning Device Constitute A Search Under The Fourth Amendment?

By Richard J. Lehmann – New Hampshire Criminal Attorney Last week, the New York City Police Department issued a statement revealing that it had received a scanning machine that reads terahertz — the natural energy emitted by people and inanimate …

Jan 10, 2013

Malicious Prosecution – A Bad Faith Lawsuit or Criminal Charge

What rights do you have if you are subjected to a baseless legal claim? What can you do to recover the thousands of dollars of legal fees and time spent defending yourself from a frivolous lawsuit or a vindictively-filed criminal …

Dec 26, 2012

Can Police Search The List of Recently Dialed Numbers In Your Cell Phone?

By Richard J. Lehmann – New Hampshire Criminal Attorney The expanding use of technology in our lives has challenged the law to address issues that were unimaginable to the drafters of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The Fourth …

Dec 04, 2012

N.H. Wrongful Termination: What Does “At-Will” Employment Mean? Part II

So what rights do you have as an “at-will” employee, if your boss can terminate you arbitrarily for no reason at all? Even at-will employees are protected by certain exceptions to the “at-will” rule, and also by specific State and …

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