New Hampshire rule

New Hamp·shire rule

pioneering U.S. test of criminal responsibility (1871): "if the [criminal] act was the offspring of insanity, a criminal intent did not produce it."

New Hamp·shire rule

(nū-hamp'shĭr rūl)
Pioneering U.S. test of criminal responsibility (1871): "if the [criminal] act was the offspring of insanity, a criminal intent did not produce it."
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McNamara praised the New Hampshire rule change, saying unbundling "will likely improve outcomes for litigants and reduce the burden on our courts.
The New Hampshire rule also complicates bookkeeping, because the same asset will need to be depreciated differently over its life for federal and state taxes, respectively.
The New Hampshire rule has been in effect since March 2003.
Hoofnagle, who filed an amicus brief in Boyer on EPIC's behalf, thinks "other states dealing with privacy issues are likely to adopt the New Hampshire rule.
Kruse would only say that "our jurisdiction is limited to the New Hampshire rules of professional conduct.

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