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Exculpatory Evidence Schedule or the “Laurie List”

Reviewed 08/08/2022

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Legislative History

The following documents provide background on the enactment of NH RSA 105:13-d Exculpatory Evidence Schedule, which became effective September 24, 2021. You will find here copies of the bill itself, the bill docket, and documentation of the legislature's activity surrounding the bill. As of 8/8/2022, the official 2021 House and Senate Journals have not yet been published.



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