Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Gregory H. Smith, attorney general (Michael A. Pignatelli, assistant attorney general, on the brief and orally), for the State.
Scammon & Gage, of Exeter (Peter A. Meneghin, III, on the brief and orally), for the defendant.
Supreme Court of New Hampshire.
The defendant appeals from a conviction for false imprisonment (RSA 633:3) following a jury trial de novo in the superior court. We hold that the Trial Court (Bean, J.) erred when it denied the defendant's motions to dismiss for insufficient evidence. We therefore set aside the conviction.
The defendant raises several issues on appeal. She first contends that the court lacked jurisdiction to hear this case because of alleged defects in the...
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