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A collection of policies regarding bringing weapons, cell phones, cameras and other electronic devices to court.
The Trial Court receives close to a million filings a year. The data collected allows for continuous improvements across the Court System.
The Massachusetts Trial Court offers alternative dispute resolution to assist parties in a settling cases without the need for trial.
Parents getting divorced must attend a parent education program
We focus on treating mental health or substance abuse issues that may influence criminal behavior.
There are a variety of resources available for litigants seeking legal guidance and professionals offering services.
Learn about the programs offered by the Office of Community Corrections.

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