The Trial Court Help Line
If a member of the public can’t reach a Clerk's Office or Register's Office, Help Line staff are available as a backup resource and will be able to look up case information and help callers. The Help Line is staffed from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and can be reached by calling 833-91COURT (912-6878). Representatives from all 7 Trial Court departments and the Massachusetts Probation Service will be available on the Help Line. Users who call the Help Line will be prompted to choose the department they want to reach and will then be connected to a knowledgeable representative.
En la línea de ayuda le atenderán en español para que encuentre información sobre su caso y otros asuntos.
O disque-ajuda oferece atendimento em português para que você possa obter informações sobre o seu processo ou outro assunto.
Individual court email addresses
The Trial Court has also established email addresses for each court. To access the full list of court department emails, please see Court department emails.
For emergency matters, court users should first call or email their local court Clerk's or Register's Offices. A list of contact numbers for individual courts and offices is available on the Courthouse Locator page.
Emergency matters include:
- Emergency protection and harassment prevention orders
- Arraignments of new arrests
- Bail reviews
- Dangerousness hearings
- Mental health commitment orders
- Care and protection orders
For a full list of emergency matters for each court, please see each court’s Standing Orders.