Tony F. Soltani, the Founder of the Munilaw Group, has over 25 years of trial and courtroom experience.

Prior to obtaining his J.D. from Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1991, Mr. Soltani was a police officer and police prosecutor. Since earning his law degree, Mr. Soltani has served 5 terms as a New Hampshire State representative. As a State representative, Mr. Soltani was an active member of the Judiciary Committee, serving two years as the Committee’s Vice Chair. Mr. Soltani has also served as an adjunct faculty member at Franklin Pierce College, where he has taught courses on law and government.

As a volunteer, Mr. Soltani has served as a delegate to several Republican Conventions, was formerly chair of the Lawyer in Every School Committee, was a member of the Law Relating Education Advisory Board, the New Hampshire Bar Fee Dispute Committee, and the Merrimack County Juvenile Diversion Board.


Franklin Pierce Law Center, Juris Doctor, 1991
Teacher's Assistant , Law Of Torts ; Teacher's Assistant, Trial Advocacy
 University of Massachusetts, Bachelor of Arts, 1988



First Circuit
New Hampshire State
New Hampshire Federal
New Hampshire Bankruptcy
Maine State
Maine Federal



New Hampshire Bar Association
American Legion Post 112
New Hampshire Police Association
New Hampshire Police Square Club
American Mensa Society
New Hampshire State Republican Committee
American Legion Exchange Council
Lions International
Corinthian Lodge of Masons
Scottish Rite Valley of Nashua
Independent Order of Odd Fellows
Epsom Planning Board
Merrimack County Governing Delegation
Merrimack County Juvenile Diversion Board
Law Related Education Board


Community Service Award, Merrimack County Oct. 2003
Appreciation for Service Award, NH Bar Association, June, 2001
New Hampshire House of Representatives Resolution For Dedicated service Award, July, 2000
New Hampshire Police Square Club Dedicated Service Award , 1996
Fee Dispute Resolution Committee, Mediator 1995-2000
Moot Court Competition Coach 1994-1998
Delegate to the State Republican Convention 1996, 1998, 2000, 2004.
Elected as the District Representatives for New Hampshire under the Federal Criminal Justice Act, 1997-2001.Certificate of Appreciation: "We The People Competition"



Firearm Familiarization ; Collection and preservation of Physical evidence; Radar use; Impaired driver detection; Hazardous material awareness for first responders; First aid and CPR; NRA certified firearms instructor for pistol , rifle and shotgun; Qualified for M-16, and 50 Cal. automatic weapons; Uniform Code of Military Justice, Seamanship, Small arms, Communications, Ship and aircraft ordinance, First aid and survival



Enforcement of zoning ordinances in New Hampshire

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