Learn about the important court programs that are currently being conducted on an experimental basis before expanding them to other departments and divisions throughout the Massachusetts Court System. Many of these pilot programs are designed to provide the public with better access to justice and to improve the delivery of services.
As always, we welcome your comments and feedback about these initiatives. Please contact the court or courts where these pilots are being conducted. Courthouses
Boston Municipal Court Pilots Initiative To Measure Access and Fairness
Appeals Court Docketing Statements Pilot Program
Continued until December 31, 2015
The Appeals Court requires that appellants and cross-appellants in all civil and criminal appeals (excluding incarcerated self-represented litigants) complete and file a docketing statement within fourteen days after the Appeals Court issues the "Notice of Entry" of the appeal. Learn more
Pilot Program - Requests for Modification of Child and/or Medical Support in the Bristol Division of the Probate and Family Court
Supreme Judicial Court Approves Pilot Program Establishing Modified Procedure for Appeals in Bar Discipline Cases
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