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Carroll County Superior Court
96 Water Village Rd.
Monday - Friday: 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Hon. Amy L. Ignatius
A large parking lot is located directly in front of the courthouse. Please DO NOT park in the parking spots closest to the courthouse unless you have a handicapped parking permit.
From Dover, Portsmouth area north, take Route 16. Turn left before the Ossipee House of Pizza onto Route 171. Follow Route 171 to the intersection of 28. Go through the intersection and continue on for about one mile to the Carroll County Courthouse which is a brick building on the right. The Superior Court is on the third floor.From the North (Conway, Berlin), take Route 16 South. Turn right just before the Hannaford's Plaza onto Route 28. Go about 2 miles to blinking light. Turn right onto Route 171. Go about a mile, and the Carroll County Courthouse is a brick building on the right. The Superior Court is on the third floor. From Concord, Manchester, Nashua, take Route 28 North. Follow Route 28 North to Wolfeboro and take a right to remain on Route 28. Follow Route 28 for about 11 miles to a blinking light. Take a left at the blinking light onto Route 171. Go about a mile, and the Carroll County Courthouse is a brick building on the right. The Superior Court is on the third floor.From the west—Lebanon/Keene, take Interstate 89 or Route 101 to Interstate 93 to Concord. Follow directions from Concord. From Littleton, take Interstate 93 South to Ashland Exit 24. Take Route 25 through Moultonboro. At intersection of Routes 16 & 25 take Route 16 South. At intersection of Routes 16 & 28 take Route 28 South. At the intersection of Routes 28 & 171 turn right onto Route 171. Go about a mile, and the Carroll County Courthouse is a brick building on the right. The Superior Court is on the third floor.
There is a dress code for jurors. Do not wear torn clothing, shorts, cut-offs, tee shirts, tank tops or clothing with slogans or written expressions. Your clothes should be neat, clean and comfortable.
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Under state and federal law, a service animal is allowed to accompany a disabled individual in all areas of the building where court users are normally allowed to go. Please be advised that a service animal is a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. “Comfort,” “therapy,” or “emotional support” animals do not meet the definition of a service animal because they have not been trained to do work or perform a specific task related to a person’s disabilities.
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There are 11 Superior Courts throughout the State of New Hampshire. Each county is represented by one Superior Court, with the exception of Hillsborough County, which has two courts, a northern and southern location.
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