Written by: Richard Monteith

Posted on: April 4, 2018


New Hampshire Gun Laws & Concealed Carry (CCW) Regulations/Reciprocity Bill New Hampshire has fairly relaxed laws regarding ownership and carrying of firearms. New Hampshire is recognized as an “unrestricted” and a “shall issue” state. Unrestricted means that the applicant only needs to have passed the minimum requirements to get the license. Target shooting, hunting, and […]

Written by: Todd Bookman

Posted on: November 28, 2017


On October 9th, 2015, a man named Feky Sumual walks into Stateline Guns, Ammo & Archery, a gun shop in Plaistow, New Hampshire, where he buys seven 9-millimeter handguns. Because of the number of guns involved, and because 9-millimeters are common in gun smuggling rings, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms begins to investigate. […]

Written by: Richard Monteith

Posted on: July 12, 2017

DUI Checkpoint

Police Need Reasonable Cause to Search Your Vehicle During a Sobriety Checkpoint in New Hampshire In order to search your car at a random sobriety checkpoint in New Hampshire, the police will need probable cause to do so. If the officer suspects that the driver is using alcohol or drugs, he/she can follow a process […]

Written by: attorneymonteith@admin2019

Posted on: February 15, 2017


Senate Bill 12 Gains Ground in New Gun Laws – New Hampshire Across the United States, gun laws have been institutionalized based on the given state. Based on the 2nd amendment, all residents of the United States have the right to bear arms. There are specific laws in every state that dictate how the firearm […]

Written by: Richard Monteith

Posted on: October 4, 2016

Injury Law

Vehicular Homicide Laws in New Hampshire A new law was passed within the state of New Hampshire this year that will change the way court cases will proceed in regards to vehicular homicide charges. The state will now require the defendant to be responsible for burden of proof. The state will not have to prove […]