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New Hampshire / Court Crisis #192000

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 08, 2000
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Concord, New Hampshire: Jim Sciutto) The growing ethics scandal in New Hampshire's supreme court system examined; details given of the resignation of Justice Stephen Thayer and from a report on a pattern of misconduct by the entire court. [In Concord diner, two PATRONS; New Hampshire attorney general Philip McLAUGHLIN, state representative Paul MIRSKI - comment on the state court.] [Franklin Pierce Law Center professor Richard HESSE - says other states should be looking at their own courts.] [New Hampshire Governor Jeanne SHAHEEN - admits the public confidence in the courts has been shaken.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) ABCNews.com coverage of the New Hampshire court case noted.

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Sciutto, Jim
Duration:
00:02:40

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