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Coakley Looks To Snuff Medical Marijuana Question From November Ballot

Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley has moved to dismiss a petition to the state’s highest court by a group that opposes a proposed ballot question that would legalize medical marijuana.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–05/26/2012

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Level 3 Sex Offender To Be Released After Paperwork Error

A convicted sex offender will be allowed out of prison next month because of a mistake involving court paperwork.

05/08/2012

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Neil Entwistle Asks SJC For New Trial

Neil Entwistle is looking for a new trial and his attorney went to the highest court in Massachusetts to make their case Friday.

04/06/2012

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Court Says Head Shake Should Stop Police Questions

A head shake is just as good as words for suspects to tell police they want to invoke their right to remain silent, the highest court in Massachusetts ruled Friday.

01/13/2012

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Former SJC Chief Goes Back To Work

The retired Chief Justice of the state’s highest court is going back into the private sector.

01/04/2012

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SJC Confirms Cape Wind-National Grid Power Deal

The state’s highest court has upheld a deal in which the electric utility National Grid agreed to buy power from the planned Cape Wind offshore wind farm.

12/28/2011

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New Court Battle Looms For Weston Student Expelled Over Marijuana Cookie

A legal battle involving a high school student and a $10 marijuana cookie is heading back to court.

12/21/2011

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Mass. Court To Hear Case About Marijuana Cookie

A $10 marijuana cookie is at the center of a case set to go before the highest court in Massachusetts.

10/02/2011

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State’s Highest Court Upholds Fees To Appeal Traffic Tickets

Drivers, beware: The highest court in Massachusetts has upheld a law that requires motorists to pay additional fees to appeal traffic tickets.

09/21/2011

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SJC Finds Flaws In Mass. Sex Offender Law

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.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–08/06/2011

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