We were asked to find the law in New Hampshire that requires motorists to remove snow and ice from their vehicles. That law is RSA 265:79-b: Negligent Driving, sometimes called "Jessica's Law." As we describe in our blog, this proved to be much more difficult than we expected and provides several lessons about legal research.
House and Senate committee files (see below) can be very helpful sources of information when you're trying to learn about a law. Committee files are being digitized and posted online at the General Court's website. To find them, search for a bill or chapter law and click on the Bill History link in the search results. The digitized files aren't complete yet but more are being added all the time.
A conviction for violating RSA 265:79-B has other consequences beside a fine. A few are below. Note: the easiest way to find the specific section is to hit Ctrl F and search on 79-b. That will take you straight to the regulation.
Please remember that this guide is for information purposes only and is not comprehensive. It is intended as a starting point for research, to illustrate the various sources of the law, and to provide guidance in their use. NH Law About ... is not a substitute for the services of an attorney.