These links are some of the legal links and news that I have been gathering in October of 2023. Laws, Rules, Opinions and articles I’ve found in my research this month. I’ve also included some articles I wrote on various legal topics this month.

I typically go on a reading rampage and this is an easy way to cleat up all the windows and tabs on my browser (I solved this Firefox issue years back, when life was easy).

This is not legal advice, rather notes in my case, and they may be helpful in yours.

Here is my story: New Hampshire Oliver Twist


Section 644:11

644:11 Criminal Defamation. –
I. A person is guilty of a class B misdemeanor if he purposely communicates to any person, orally or in writing, any information which he knows to be false and knows will tend to expose any other living person to public hatred, contempt or ridicule.
II. As used in this section “public” includes any professional or social group of which the victim of the defamation is a member.

Source. 1971, 518:1. 1992, 269:17, eff. July 1, 1992.

311:6 Oath. – Every attorney admitted to practice shall take and subscribe the oaths to support the constitution of this state and of the United States, and the oath of office in the following form: You solemnly swear or affirm that you will do no falsehood, nor consent that any be done in the court, and if you know of any, that you will give knowledge thereof to the justices of the court, or some of them, that it may be reformed; that you will not wittingly or willingly promote, sue or procure to be sued any false or unlawful suit, nor consent to the same; that you will delay no person for lucre or malice, and will act in the office of an attorney within the court according to the best of your learning and discretion, and with all good fidelity as well to the court as to your client. So help you God or under the pains and penalty of perjury. The supreme court shall have authority to determine by court rule the manner in which the oaths shall be administered.

Child Support Guidelines in New Hampshire

Mississippi Child Support Scandal

Judges and the Government hide money, sir. and

Public Support Services Inc – keep trying to get me to donate to the police – I tell them that the police are corrupt and they don’t need any more funding.

Deprivation of Rights

We intimate no opinion whether the Rylands, should they prove their claim for a constitutional deprivation, have presented a claim for serious damage. It is not clear whether, by delaying the Rylands’ access to the state courts, the defendants have caused actual injury. The rule in our circuit is that in the absence of proof of actual injury, a plaintiff who has been deprived of his constitutional rights may only collect nominal damages. “Mere proof of the violation of a right will not support an award of [compensatory] damages.” Familias Unidas v. Briscoe,619 F.2d 391, 402 (5th Cir. 1980). However, claims of mental and emotional distress, if proven, can support an award of compensatory damages. Carey v. Piphus,435 U.S. 24798 S.Ct. 1042, 105255 L.Ed.2d 252 (1978)

Ryland v. Shapiro, 708 F.2d 967, 976 (5th Cir. 1983)

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Written by Robert Tanguay

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Robert Tanguay
Author of "Incentives and the Environment" and founder of EmissionsTax.