Supreme Judicial Court
A legal battle involving a high school student and a $10 marijuana cookie is heading back to court.
A $10 marijuana cookie is at the center of a case set to go before the highest court in Massachusetts.
Drivers, beware: The highest court in Massachusetts has upheld a law that requires motorists to pay additional fees to appeal traffic tickets.
The state’s highest court says a Massachusetts law that prohibits the most dangerous sex offenders from living in long-term care facilities such as nursing homes or rest homes violates constitutional rights to due process.
On Thursday, the Mass. SJC ruled unanimously that appeals courts can charge whatever they want for parking ticket appeals and that the fees don’t violate any fundamental right.
Citizens reporting for jury service in Massachusetts will soon be shown a new orientation video that includes commentary by actual jurors.
Advocates in Massachusetts are hailing a decision by the state’s highest court that sets a high bar for denying benefits to immigrants.
A state appeals court judge who will be the first openly gay justice on Massachusetts’ highest court has been confirmed.
The odor of burnt marijuana alone is not enough for police to suspect criminal activity and order a person to get out of a car, the state’s highest court ruled Tuesday.
The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled that the odor of burnt marijuana is not enough for police to suspect criminal activity and order a person to get out of a car.