Penny Dean quoted in News Article

CONCORD — New Hampshire residents who are denied licenses to carry concealed weapons and wish to appeal must take their cases to the local courts, the state Supreme Court upheld Friday.

The ruling was in response to an appeal brought by Exeter resident Dan Garand who argued that his appeal should be heard in Rockingham County Superior Court, not Exeter District Court.
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In February, Garand's attorney Penny Dean described her client as "a 22-year-old kid who, if he came to take your daughter out to dinner, you wouldn't have a problem with it."