Supreme Judicial Court
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.
Attorney General Martha Coakley says the state’s wiretapping laws are outdated and need to be revised to make fighting street gangs easier.
The state’s highest court has ruled that Massachusetts environmental officials have the power to regulate a water intake system used by the Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Plymouth.
A member of the Governor’s Council doesn’t like what Governor Deval Patrick is doing with the Supreme Judicial Court.
A New York man convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend on Nantucket in 2004 is asking the highest court in Massachusetts to overturn his conviction because two jurors allegedly slept through parts of his trial.