I-Team: South Boston Condo Property Manager Accused Of Taking $200K In Missing Funds The trustees of a South Boston condo association are scrambling to pay the bills after they say a former property manager disappeared with an estimated $200,000 of funds.
Massachusetts 20-Day Voter Cutoff Ruled UnconstitutionalA Massachusetts requirement that eligible voters register at least 20 days ahead of an election violates the state constitution and potentially disenfranchises thousands of voters, a judge ruled Monday.
Real Estate Broker Accused Of Forging Jury Slip Refuses To Appear In CourtA Brighton real estate broker who was previously charged with changing a verdict slip from guilty to not guilty initially refused to enter the courtroom for his arraignment as he faces new charges.
Nurses Union Goes To Court To Fight Brigham And Women’s Flu Shot MandateThe Massachusetts Nurses Association wants a judge to stop Brigham and Women’s Hospital from requiring employees to receive the influenza vaccine.
Two Men Sentenced In Human Trafficking Case Two Boston men convicted of human trafficking have been sentenced to at least 10 years in prison.
Opening Statements Begin In Mattapan Murders RetrialOpening statements in the retrial of a Boston man charged with killing three adults and a toddler in the city's Mattapan neighborhood two years ago are getting under way.
Schedule Set To Hear Cases Related To State Drug Lab Scandal Special court sessions are scheduled for next week to hear a flood of legal challenges by drug defendants in the wake of a scandal at a Massachusetts drug-testing lab.
Judge Delays Murder Trial After Two Potential Witnesses StabbedA murder trial in Boston has been delayed after two of the potential witnesses were stabbed.
Hamilton Family Gets $7M In Death Of DaughterA Hamilton family has been awarded a $7M judgment that determined a doctor and a nurse at Beth Israel were negligent in the death of their premature daughter.
Man Pleads Guilty To 3 Boston Rapes In 1991A Boston man has pleaded guilty to multiple rape charges in a case in which prosecutors brought a so-called "John Doe" indictment and another man spent 12 years in prison before being cleared.
Ex-Revere Head Librarian Faces Fraud ChargesThe former director of Revere's public library has been indicted on charges of embezzling more than $200,000 from the city.
Jury Awards $71M In Free Cigarette Samples LawsuitA jury has awarded $71 million in damages to the estate and son of a Boston woman who died of lung cancer, ruling in a lawsuit that accused Lorillard Tobacco Co. of trying to entice black children to become smokers by handing out free samples in urban neighborhoods.

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