The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
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A compilation of information about the Massachusetts and Federal Courts and their rules and procedures, by the Trial Court Law Libraries.
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Specialty Courts are problem-solving court sessions that provide court-supervised probation and mandated treatment.
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Massachusetts Court RulesFederal Court Rules
Massachusetts Court Opinions
SJC and Appeals Court Docket Information
Provides docket information on cases entered since January 1, 1992 in the SJC, and since January 1, 1988 in the Appeals Court
Trial Court Docket Information
Docket Information from Housing, Land, and Probate and Family Courts
Federal Court Opinions
See also, Statement of the Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court Relative to the Report of the Independent Counsel
History of the Judiciary of Massachusetts,including the Plymouth and Massachusetts Colonies, the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, and the Commonwealth, by William T. Davis, Boston Book Company, 1900.
Reflections of the Justices, Judith Fabricant, ed., SJC Historical Society, 2009.
A short history of the Massachusetts Courts, by Alan J. Dimond, National Center for State Courts, 1975.
Sketches of the Judicial History of Massachusetts from 1630 to the Revolution in 1775, by Emory Washburn, Little Brown, 1840.
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