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Criminal cases take more time to resolve in Cheshire County than others; solutions explored

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Posted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 12:00 pm

Criminal cases take more time to resolve in Cheshire County Superior Court than in most other counties in the state, according to recent statistics from the N.H. court system.

But one court official has her eye on some changes that could improve things, including adding additional judges to the system and offering a different way to resolve cases.

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