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October 2, 2013

N.H. Supreme Court rejects Abramson appeal


However, after considering all the issues presented in the legal brief and records submitted on the appeal, according to the ruling, the justices concluded there was no need to proceed further to oral arguments, thus rejecting the case.

“The New Hampshire Constitution guarantees the right to defend your home and your community, but the prison lobby and Police Chiefs Association simply wield too much political clout in our state,” Abramson wrote in his press release. “The safety of our communities is in jeopardy because of cases like this.”

According to his press release, Abramson intends to request “a pardon from the governor.”

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