For more than a decade leaders in New Hampshire’s courts have been trying to modernize the state’s judicial system. In 2001 they began a major effort to digitized files. More recently, they’ve consolidated the lower courts.
On Thursday, the House begins hearings on an effort to speed up felony prosecutions.
Although the bill would create a trial phase in just two counties, debate over the proposed change is rippling through the state’s criminal justice community.
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