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    a search warrant. Also, Benny for throwing the gun used in the shooting over the bridge. The crimes happened in New Hampshire and they are criminal in nature. I searched for the legal terms attempted murder, attempted homicide, manslaughter, assault on a peace officer, assault, aiding and abetting, conspiracy, accessory after the fact, hindering, search and seizure, destroying evidence, and hiding evidence. I used these terms to search the Cornell University website as well as the New Hampshire General Court website to find the…

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    The plaintiffs begin by mentioning the implications of Reed v. Town of Gilbert, a recently decided legal case in which the Town of Gilbert regulated the placement of outdoor signs, on the New Hampshire court case. The Supreme Court held that treating these signs differently was a content-based speech restriction, meaning that is was subject to strict scrutiny. The Court importantly stated that if a law is content based “on its face,” then the government’s justifications do not matter—the law…

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    Comparison of the New England and Southern Colonies The colonies were first developed in the 1600’s, however the New England colonies and Southern Colonies were very different despite them both having similar reasons for coming to the new world. The southern colonies, consisting of Maryland, Virginia, North and South Carolina, and Georgia, were centered on making money and agriculture, whereas the New England colonies, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, were centered on…

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    of witchcraft. During this time, those that were religious believed that the devil could give certain people the power to harm others. The accusation created panic between people and quickly created a massive witch hunt. A special court was created in Salem to hear the cases of those accused of being a witch. At some point, accusation of witchcraft spread to people of any age including kids.The punishment for practicing witchcraft was hanging. As accusations and executions increased, the…

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    be tried in 1942 in the supreme court as the Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire. In the 1940s, were the United States decided to join the war on December 7, 1941. Our great nation stood up and took action against the enemy, when the bombing of Pearl Harbor struck a fire…

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    Both Virginia and Massachusetts founded a little more than two decades apart have one in the south, and one in the north have different types of methods onto why and how they settled in the Americas as of two of the thirteen colonies to first come into the new world. Virginia, being a colony for economic growth, differs from Massachusetts which was settled purely for the sake of religion. Two colonies derived from Europe, but having very different colonies with few similarities. By analyzing…

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    Pittsburg New Hampshire is one of the state's most hidden gems when it comes to the outdoors and fresh air. The biggest small town in the state, sits at the very top right on the Canadian border. It is the biggest town in the state in terms of area, however has one of the smallest populations. Pittsburg is the place where people still hold the door open for you and say their please and thank you’s. The population tends to change on most weekends specifically the ones that fall between December…

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    New Hampshire is an enjoyable state to either live in or visit. It features many mesmerizing landmarks which contain mountains and vast green land. New Hampshire is known for many achievments. Whether it is natural beauty or man-made, New Hampshire has a lot to offer. Many visitors become stunned with its beauty and enjoy its natural resorts. New Hampshire , abbreviated NH, has a capital of Concord, and was originally named North Virginia and New England. It was established in 1788. New…

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    “Mending Wall” was first published in 1914 in the second collection of Robert Frost. The poem brings out the comparison of two different kinds of people with different personalities which in this poem are neighbors. The two neighbors have different perspectives regarding the fence but they annually meet and repair the wall once it's destroyed by nature every spring. The speaker believes that the wall is not important but he's the one who initiates the repair of the fence. The neighbor keeps on…

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    Robert Frost is considered one of the most celebrated poets in America. Although he grew up in urban New England, Frost chose a distinct rural literary style using everyday language. Frost lost his father to tuberculosis at eleven and his mother to cancer fifteen years later. It was through his grandfather’s financial support that he continued on in high school where he published his first poem in the school’s magazine. He briefly attended college but returned home to various unsatisfactory jobs…

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