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Thank you for your continued support as I lead the Hillsborough County Attorney’s Office through difficult times. During the aftermath of the economic down turn of 2008 I made the tough choices to trim the office’s budget by 8%. In the last couple years I have lead the office through the difficulties involved with increased case loads (double since 2008) from the opioid crisis and the Court’s shifting of work to the Superior Courts. Please give me your vote so my team of professional prosecutors and I can continue the work of making offenders accountable and getting justice for victims.

A Vote for Dennis Hogan is a vote for a purely professional approach. That means no political or other forms of favoritism in prosecutions or hiring. That way we always work toward the best result and get the maximum prosecution for the least amount of your tax dollars.

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Dennis Hogan filed to run for reelection as Hillsborough County Attorney

Hillsborough County Attorney Dennis Hogan announced today that he filed to seek another two year term.

Hogan highlighted his successful third term as reason for voters to back him. “The office continues to professionally prosecute every case during this drug-addiction-fueled crime wave. We have adjusted our processes to dealing with the increase from drug cases and the restructuring know as Felonies First”, Hogan stated.

“We have maintained the high professional reputation of the office established in my earlier terms. The strong economy has lured some employees away but excellence continues with the veterans and a new roster of prosecutors. New hires are chosen based upon their ability, leaving politics and connections out of the evaluation” said Hogan.

“In the next term the office will improve its adaptation to the increase in files from the Court’s Felonies First initiative. The judgement I have shown over 6 years in office prove I am the right candidate to lead the County Attorney’s Office in these continuing times of change,” opined Hogan.

Hogan first won election to the office of Hillsborough County Attorney in 2010 winning 53% of the vote in a three person contest. He was nosed out with 49.5% of the vote in 2012 but rebounded nicely with almost 54% of the vote in 2014 and 56% in 2016.

Nashua elected Hogan as Ward 2 Delegate to N.H.'s17th and last Constitutional Convention in 1984.  He represented Ward 2 in the N.H. Legislature after the 1984 election.  In a city wide race, Nashua elected Hogan to the Board of Education in 2005 with more votes than anyone on the ballot that day. In 2006, Hogan stepped in to prevented “Cop Killer Advocate” Tom Alciere from becoming the Republican nominee for State Senate District 13 by receiving 89% of the vote from a write in campaign.

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Dennis Hogan highlights his broad legal experience

Former Hillsborough County Attorney Dennis Hogan emphasizes his broad legal experience as County Attorney and from private practice. “There are unusual matters that the justice system gets wrong. My presence as County Attorney helps bring outside experience not otherwise in law enforcement,” Hogan said.

While County Attorney Hogan took a call from a police officer dealing with a complaint that a builder took money and did some work. Hogan advised the officer that an evaluation was necessary comparing the work done with the amount of money paid. In contrast with Attorney Hogan gone todays County Attorney indicted a women for theft by unauthorized taking of $30,000.00 on the word of one complainant. The defendant hired Attorney Hogan. Hogan applied his experience for the defense. Hogan showed through questioning that the accusations could not be supposed. The prosecution was forced to admit they could not show $30,000.00 was missing.

Although this was success for the defense, as a citizen, the defendant deserves better County Attorney’ behavior to ask the necessary questions before putting a citizen through the expensive process.

Hogan first won election to the office of Hillsborough County Attorney in 2010 winning 53% of the vote in a three person contest. He was nosed out with 49.5% in 2012.

Hogan has handled criminal defense, bankruptcy and personal injuries since beginning the private practice of law in 2002. Hogan established his own firm in 2005.

Nashua elected Hogan as Ward 2 Delegate to N.H.'s17th and last Constitutional Convention in 1984. He represented Ward 2 in the N.H. Legislature after the 1984 election. In a city wide race, Nashua elected Hogan to the Board of Education in 2005 with more votes than anyone on the ballot that day. In 2006, Hogan stepped in to prevented “Cop Killer Advocate” Tom Alciere from becoming the Republican nominee for State Senate District 13 by receiving 89% of the vote from a write in campaign.

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Dennis Hogan to run for Hillsborough County Attorney

Former Hillsborough County Attorney Dennis Hogan announced today that he is running to return to office.

Hogan first won election to the office of Hillsborough County Attorney in 2010 winning 53% of the vote in a three person contest. He was nosed out with 49.5% in 2012.

Hogan highlighted his successful term as reason for voters to back him. “I created budgets that spent 8% less money than when I arrived and I increased efficiency by studying then changing the work flow. That was done while the office handled a record amount of cases.”

Since Hogan left the Hillsborough County Attorney’s office the incumbent has increased the budget both years.

Hogan has handled criminal defense, bankruptcy and personal injuries since beginning the private practice of law in 2002. Hogan established his own firm in 2005.

Nashua elected Hogan as Ward 2 Delegate to N.H.'s17th and last Constitutional Convention in 1984. He represented Ward 2 in the N.H. Legislature after the 1984 election. In a city wide race, Nashua elected Hogan to the Board of Education in 2005 with more votes than anyone on the ballot that day. In 2006, Hogan stepped in to prevented “Cop Killer Advocate” Tom Alciere from becoming the Republican nominee for State Senate District 13 by receiving 89% of the vote from a write in campaign.

Contact Dennis Hogan 603-759-5271 or 603-886-8700