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    Trial Court Chief Justice Paula Carey and Court Administrator Jonathan Williams today announced that the Trial Court has received two federal grants totaling $6 million from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to provide mental and behavioral health services within the Boston Municipal Court and the Springfield Drug Court. Read Full Article
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    BOSTON, MA -- The Board of Bar Examiners today announced that it has entered into reciprocity agreements with seven jurisdictions for portability of scores earned on the Massachusetts Remotely-Administered Exam for Admission, to be administered October 5 and 6, 2020. Read Full Article
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    BOSTON, MA -- The SJC Standing Committee on Pro Bono Legal Services today announced the creation of a new Pro Bono Honor Roll for individual attorneys. The Committee is also accepting nominations for the annual Adams Pro Bono Publico Awards. Read Full Article
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    On Wednesday, July 22 at 12:00 p.m., the Massachusetts Trial Court, City of Brockton Mayor’s Office, Brockton Neighborhood Health Center, and the Brockton Enterprise will host a virtual town hall meeting for the Brockton community to provide information on accessing the courts, court services and resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read Full Article
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    The Supreme Judicial Court issued two orders on SJC-12972 RAYLA CAMPBELL v. WILLIAM FRANCIS GALVIN and SJC-12979 HELEN BRADY v. STATE BALLOT LAW COMMISSION. Read Full Article

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