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The standard subpoena form should be used. The attorney will complete the heading, indicating the District Court and Division in which the subpoena is to be served. The NH case number is used. The attorney will serve the necessary notices when issuing the subpoena.
A final order may be extended upon written motion of the plaintiff, with notice to the defendant. If the court, in its discretion, finds good cause for the extension, the court may extend the final protective order for one year on the first extension request, and thereafter, each extension may be up to five years.
A person shall be guilty of a class A misdemeanor if such person knowingly violates a protective order issued under this chapter, or RSA 458:16, III, or any foreign protective order enforceable under the laws of this state.
(f) Motions to Quash. An individual may request that the court quash a subpoena on the grounds of improper service, hardship, or otherwise as provided by law. Notice of the motion must be served on all parties. The court shall notify all parties of any hearing on the motion and the decision.
The Circuit and Superior Courts have a single toll free number for all phone calls placed from the US or Canada: 1-855-212-1234. Callers from outside the US or Canada must use the Circuit Courts toll number: 603-415-0162.
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If you object to the order, you must attend the final hearing. You also have the right to request that hearing be held within three to five business days of the petition being filed. If you want an earlier hearing date, you should go to the court to file a written request that would be scheduled more quickly.

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