Episode 227: CACR26
Denis is joined by NH State Representatives Paul Mirski and Dan Itse for a discussion of proposed constitutional amendment CACR 26, which would limit the rulemaking authority of the courts, and provide more oversight of the judicial branch by the legislative.
Episode 142: Reel News with Christopher King
Denis and Lydia chat with Christopher King, civil rights activist. Mr. King has been a tireless force for civil rights, free speech, and open transparent government for twenty-five years. In this first of two episodes, Mr. King discusses right-to-know lawsuits brought against US Senator-elect Ayotte and the NH GOP.
Episode 134: Justice Delayed
"Justice delayed is justice denied." This maxim traces back to the Magna Carta, and is still very much in play today. Denis and Lydia interview attorney Kirk Simoneau, who is one of a group of lawyers that is suing the State of New Hampshire, charging that a lack of adequate funding has led to unacceptable delays in serving justice, with undue impact on peoples' lives. Mr. Simoneau shares his personal story of justice delayed, and why he became a lawyer.
Episode 117: State on Trial
Denis and Lydia interview Arthur Ginsberg, an ordinary citizen who has gone to extraordinary lengths to rectify what he alleges are illegal abuses of power and corruption in New Hampshire's Judiciary branch. Arthur welcomes queries or feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also: NH Constitution, Part I, Art. 14 -- "Legal Remedies to be Free, Complete, and Prompt."