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October 6, 2000 | From Reuters
Lawyers gave closing arguments Thursday in the impeachment case of New Hampshire's chief justice, ending a two-week trial. Lawyer Joseph Steinfield argued in his closing statement that Chief Justice David Brock deserves impeachment because he allowed a subordinate judge to improperly influence his own divorce case. Steinfield also accused Brock of lying about this and other incidents during Steinfield's 14-year tenure as chief justice.
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October 6, 2000 | From Reuters
Lawyers gave closing arguments Thursday in the impeachment case of New Hampshire's chief justice, ending a two-week trial. Lawyer Joseph Steinfield argued in his closing statement that Chief Justice David Brock deserves impeachment because he allowed a subordinate judge to improperly influence his own divorce case. Steinfield also accused Brock of lying about this and other incidents during Steinfield's 14-year tenure as chief justice.
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July 13, 2000 | From Associated Press
The state's chief justice was impeached by the Legislature on Wednesday in the first such action against a New Hampshire public official since 1790. He will face a state Senate trial that could result in his removal from the bench. Deepening a constitutional crisis that began over a divorce case, the state House voted, 253 to 95, to impeach David A. Brock for a host of alleged offenses, some of them more than a decade old. The vote came after seven hours of debate.
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September 20, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A vengeful colleague with a ruined career, harsh interpretations of uncertain evidence and a badgering prosecutor explain the impeachment case against New Hampshire's chief justice, the defense contended. A key witness on one issue has acknowledged he could be wrong, attorney Michael Madigan said in his opening statement to the state Senate. Challenging an allegation that state Supreme Court Chief Justice David A.
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July 6, 2000 | From Associated Press
Lawmakers recommended impeaching the state's highest judge Wednesday, saying he lied under oath to hinder their investigation of the state Supreme Court. After six hours of debate, the New Hampshire House Judiciary Committee voted, 17 to 5, that there was enough evidence that Chief Justice David A. Brock may have perjured himself to warrant sending the matter to the state Senate for trial. The House will vote on the issue next week. "There seems to be a pattern here of deception.
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September 20, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A vengeful colleague with a ruined career, harsh interpretations of uncertain evidence and a badgering prosecutor explain the impeachment case against New Hampshire's chief justice, the defense contended. A key witness on one issue has acknowledged he could be wrong, attorney Michael Madigan said in his opening statement to the state Senate. Challenging an allegation that state Supreme Court Chief Justice David A.
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September 9, 1992 | Associated Press
President Bush on Tuesday nominated Steven J. McAuliffe, the husband of Challenger explosion victim Sharon Christa McAuliffe, to be a U.S. district judge for New Hampshire. If confirmed by the Senate, Steven McAuliffe, 44, would succeed Norman H. Stahl. Christa McAuliffe, a schoolteacher, was one of seven crew members aboard the space shuttle when it exploded shortly after liftoff on Jan. 28, 1986. She was to have conducted classes from space for thousands of schoolchildren.
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July 13, 2000 | From Associated Press
The state's chief justice was impeached by the Legislature on Wednesday in the first such action against a New Hampshire public official since 1790. He will face a state Senate trial that could result in his removal from the bench. Deepening a constitutional crisis that began over a divorce case, the state House voted, 253 to 95, to impeach David A. Brock for a host of alleged offenses, some of them more than a decade old. The vote came after seven hours of debate.
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July 6, 2000 | From Associated Press
Lawmakers recommended impeaching the state's highest judge Wednesday, saying he lied under oath to hinder their investigation of the state Supreme Court. After six hours of debate, the New Hampshire House Judiciary Committee voted, 17 to 5, that there was enough evidence that Chief Justice David A. Brock may have perjured himself to warrant sending the matter to the state Senate for trial. The House will vote on the issue next week. "There seems to be a pattern here of deception.
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September 9, 1992 | Associated Press
President Bush on Tuesday nominated Steven J. McAuliffe, the husband of Challenger explosion victim Sharon Christa McAuliffe, to be a U.S. district judge for New Hampshire. If confirmed by the Senate, Steven McAuliffe, 44, would succeed Norman H. Stahl. Christa McAuliffe, a schoolteacher, was one of seven crew members aboard the space shuttle when it exploded shortly after liftoff on Jan. 28, 1986. She was to have conducted classes from space for thousands of schoolchildren.
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