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Thoughts On The Election

November 6, 2020 by Leave your thoughts

As of right now, Friday, November 6, we’re 3 days post-election and have no clue who our president is. Welcome to America? Many predicted that calling the election would take time. Not many expected this much time. It seems, however, that Joe Biden will be our next president. Of course, we’ve seen how quickly things can change. The political pundits...

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Supreme Court Upholds DACA

July 20, 2020 by Leave your thoughts

Active duty military. Nurses. IT wizards. Students. DACA recipients are all of these and more. They’re people who came to America illegally, but not on their own accord. Their parents wanted them to have a better life, a brighter future. While some in congress have been fighting against this resilient group, June 18 marked a victory for them and immigration...

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Starting The New Year Off Right

December 19, 2019 by Leave your thoughts

It’s that time of year. New goals, new plans, new expectations. It’s exciting at first, but according to U.S. News & World Report, the failure rate for New Year’s resolutions is said to be about 80 percent, and most lose their resolve by mid-February. Starting the new year off right is the best way to ensure success. Read About Setting...

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Setting Personal Goals For 2020

December 2, 2019 by Leave your thoughts

Whether you’re navigating the legal system or your case has closed, it’s important that you take personal health – physical and mental – seriously. Being healthy in mind, body, and soul will make facing any challenges you have ahead of you easier. The real challenge of setting goals for 2020 isn’t necessarily sticking to them, it’s prioritizing. Read About Preparing...

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Bad Fences Make Bad Neighbors

September 14, 2017 by Leave your thoughts

We here at Cohen & Winters don’t practice land law.  A recent New Hampshire Supreme Court decision, however, provides an interesting look at how you can lose your property rights if you aren’t careful. Trouble in Paradise The McKay family has had property in Hampton, near the beach, since 1963. In 1993 they put up a fence between their property,...

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Police Can’t Sue for Injuries that Occurred During “Suicide by Cop”

October 1, 2015 by

Most of us will never forget the tragedy that occurred in 2012 when the Chief of the Greenland Police Department was killed as he and other officers tried to executed a search warrant at the home of Cullen Mutrie.  Mutrie engaged in a shootout with the police and, after killing the Chief, and injuring four other officers, he killed himself.  The four surviving officers...

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