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Should I Consider a Plea Bargain in My Criminal Case?

A plea bargain is an agreement "between a criminal defendant and the prosecutor where the defendant agrees to plead guilty to some or all of the charges against him or her in exchange for concessions from the prosecutor," as stated by the Legal Information Institute, Cornell University.

New Hampshire Criminal Statute of Limitations

NH Rev Stat Ann §625:8 provides a summary of the statute of limitations for criminal cases in the state of New Hampshire. Statutes of limitations prescribe periods of limitations for the bringing of certain kinds of legal action. With NH Rev Stat Ann §625:8, the statute of limitations applies to criminal cases. As a result of these set limitations, if the state of New Hampshire attempts to bring an action against an individual after the applicable time period has passed, that individual can have the case dismissed.

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