When Holly Cassiano received a memo stating she was required to open up the Sears Hometown Store she owns at 7 p.m. Thanksgiving Day, she says she knew she had to take a stand.
A lawyer for a friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has asked a judge to lift an order that keeps most court documents against the friend hidden from public view.
At the hearing Wednesday in Fall River Superior Court, the judge asked Hernandez to take the stand to question him about a potential conflict of interest involving one of his attorneys.
A federal judge has ruled against a child advocacy group that alleged thousands of children in the Massachusetts foster care system were being abused and neglected.
A new pilot program that offers free services from retired judges to resolve mostly family-related cases is set to start on Nov. 1 in Canton, open to all 14 divisions of the state.
Massachusetts prosecutors in the Aaron Hernandez murder case say there’s no truth to an allegation that investigators misled a potential witness.
Denying a person their constitutional right to keep and bear arms is no small thing.
During the Whitey Bulger trial, TV stations will not be allowed to broadcast the arguments.
Aisling McCarthy Brady, 34, made a brief appearance Friday in Cambridge District Court as her lawyer asked a judge to preserve an extensive list of potential evidence in the case.
Two Americans indicted over a plot to smuggle tusks from narwhal whales into the U.S. have pleaded not guilty in federal court in Maine.