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Court Name:
New Hampshire Supreme Court
Court Type:
Supreme Court
State:
NH
County:
MERRIMACK
Street Address:
1 Charles Doe Dr.
City:
Concord
Zip Code:
3301
Phone:
603-271-2646
Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:30AM - 4:30PM
Judge:
Hon. Gordon J. MacDonald
Clerk:
Tim Gudas
Clerk Phone:
603-224-2341
Directions:
From the north: Take Interstate 93 South to Exit 14. At end of ramp take a left and proceed through a series of traffic lights. Proceed up the hill and stay in left lane. At the traffic lights at the top of the hill, turn left onto Hazen Drive, State Office Park East. Take the first left turn, following to the Supreme Court. From the south: Interstate 93 North to Exit 14. At end of ramp take a right and proceed through a series of traffic lights. Proceed up the hill and stay in left lane. At the traffic lights at the top of the hill, turn left onto Hazen Drive, State Office Park East. Take the first left turn, following to the Supreme Court. From the east: Take Route 4/9 West to I-393. Take I-393 to Exit 2. At the end of the ramp, take a left turn. At the second set of traffic lights, take a right onto Hazen Drive. Stay on Hazen Drive past other state office buildings until you see a sign for Supreme Court on your right. From the west: Take I-89 South to I-93 (Exit 1A). Take I-93 North to Exit 14. At end of ramp take a right and proceed through a series of traffic lights. Proceed up the hill and stay in left lane. At the traffic lights at the top of the hill, turn left onto Hazen Drive, State Office Park East. Take the first left turn, following to the Supreme Court.
Forms and Filing:
https://www.courts.nh.gov/our-courts/supreme-court/forms
Languages:
Multiple
ADA:
Mary Ann Dempsey, ADA Coordinator
ADA Phone:
603-271-9904
ADA Fax / Email:
mdempsey@courts.state.nh.us
About Additional Info:
The New Hampshire Judicial Branch is composed of one appellate court (the Supreme Court), two trial courts (the Circuit and Superior Courts), and an office with administrative duties to assist the courts (the Administrative Office of the Courts). The Supreme Court is the only appellate court in New Hampshire.The New Hampshire Supreme Court, composed of the Chief Justice and four Associate Justices, sits in Concord and is the State's only appellate court.The Supreme Court has jurisdiction to review and decide appeals from the State trial courts and from many State administrative agencies. It also has jurisdiction to issue writs of certiorari, prohibition, and habeas corpus, along with other writs. The duties of the Supreme Court include correcting errors in trial court proceedings, interpreting case law and statutes and the State and federal constitutions, and administration of the courts.
New Hampshire Supreme Court
1 Charles Doe Dr., 3301, Concord, New Hampshire