DA Vows To Erase Drug Convictions Linked To Lab ScandalBoston's top prosecutor pledged Monday to vacate drug convictions for potentially tens of thousands of defendants whose cases are tied to a troubled former state drug testing lab.
Suffolk DA Rachael Rollins Aims To Erase Weapons Charges In Sean Ellis CaseEllis served over 20 years in prison for the killing of a police officer before his conviction was overturned in 2015.
Former Prosecutor Gary Zerola Facing New Rape Charge Held Without BailA former Boston prosecutor and defense attorney facing new rape charges has been ordered held without bail, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins.
'He Has Always Maintained His Innocence' Man Wrongfully Convicted Of 1991 Murder ReleasedRobert Foxworth, who has been incarcerated for 30 years for a 1991 homicide, was granted an emergency release on Wednesday.
Keller @ Large: Suffolk DA Rachael Rollins 'Deeply Invested' In Sean Ellis CaseSuffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins said Sean Ellis’ case is “not over” and she will work to determine if he should be completely exonerated.
DA Rollins Vacates Another 100 Drug Lab Convictions 'Forever Tainted' By Annie DookhanBoston's top prosecutor has moved to throw out about 100 more convictions tainted by the misconduct of a former drug lab chemist.
Rollins: 'We Do Not Tolerate' Acts Of Intimidation On Election DaySuffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins said on Monday her office will “not tolerate acts of violence or intimidation” on Election Day.
5 Massachusetts Prosecutors Join Pledge To Not Criminalize Abortion If Roe V. Wade Is OverturnedJudge Amy Coney Barrett is the most openly anti-abortion nominee to the Supreme Court in decades.
Boston Woman Pleads Guilty In Crash That Killed 2 Children In RevereA Beacon Hill woman who struck and killed a 5-year-old girl and her 2-month-old baby sister in Revere has been sentenced to 4.5 years in prison.
Suffolk DA Rollins Issues List Of 136 Police Officers Accused Of MisconductThe list includes 70 troopers from Massachusetts State Police and 54 officers from Boston Police, along with smaller numbers of officers from five other agencies.
Appeals Court Overturns Ban On Immigrant Courthouse ArrestsA federal appeals court overturned a ruling that barred immigration authorities from arresting people suspected of living in the U.S. illegally if they show up at Massachusetts courthouses.