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Press Release Repeat Offender Sentenced to 150 Months in Federal Prison for Drug Offenses Defendant possessed large quantities of cocaine, while he was on parole for another drug-related crime
The defendant is a recidivist sex offender that continued to prey upon and exploit children long after his previous conviction for hands-on sex offenses against a minor. Today's sentence ensures that the public will be safe from the defendant for more than two decades. We will never be able to undo the immeasurable harm Lawlor caused his survivors, but I hope today's lengthy sentence provides the survivors some measure of comfort and justice that they deeply deserve. Jane E. Young United States Attorney
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U.S. DOJ District of New Hampshire
Our Mission

The United States Attorney's Office for the District of New Hampshire represents the federal government in the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire.

To protect the people of the District of New Hampshire, the United States Attorney's Office prosecutes violations of federal law and represents the United States in civil litigation in the District. The Assistant U.S. Attorneys who work in the U.S. Attorney's Office prosecute criminal violations, defend civil lawsuits against the United States, and litigate actions to collect judgements and restitutions on behalf of victims and taxpayers. 

The United States Attorney's Office for the District of New Hampshire is in Concord, New Hampshire.

Frequently Asked Questions


The New Hampshire Attorney General is the chief law enforcement officer for violations of state law. The NH Attorney General's office, in a civil context, represents the interests of the State of New Hampshire in lawsuits brought against it and enforces the laws of the State.

In contrast, the United States Attorney's Office has responsibility for the prosecution of federal crimes in the District of New Hampshire. The Civil Division prosecutes violation of civil laws, collects on defaulted federal loans, institutes forfeiture proceedings, and defends the United States' interests in cases brought against it.


Any case-related information is available from:

U.S. District Court Clerk's Office
55 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 225-1423


Federal Public Defenders

Federal Public Defenders
Ralph Pill Building
22 Bridge Street
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 226-7360


This office does not provide legal advice to the public. This is the United States Attorney’s Office, which is staffed by lawyers who represent the United States government and various federal agencies. While we prosecute violations of federal criminal law, this office does not conduct investigations independently of law enforcement agencies. We will forward the information you provide to the appropriate agency.

If you want to report a crime, please contact your local police department. If you believe you are in immediate danger, please call 911.



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