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Monday - Friday:
8:30 am-4:30 pm
There is public parking available in a lot located underneath the overpass across the street from the courthouse, as well as on streets in the vicinity of the courthouse.
You can reach the vicinity of the courthouse via MBTA subway and bus routes, as well as via the Commuter Rail.
It is strongly recommended that you check with the MBTA's website to make sure you receive their updated routes. They offer a Trip Planner, which enables users to get personalized recommendations.
This location includes a mental health session.
If you received documents from the Courts or a third party, please check the documents to find that office or department. Otherwise, contact the ADA Coordinator below.
Please call for details at 1-800-THE-JURY (1-800-843-5879).
All visitors, including victims, witnesses, probationers and defendants, are prohibited from bringing cell phones and/or personal electronic devices into the building, except for jurors, attorneys, police officers and court personnel. For those allowed to use cell phones and/or personal electronic devices, use is restricted to designated areas.
Using cameras and electronic devices
Hon. Kathleen E. Coffey, First Justice
Sean P. Murphy, Clerk-Magistrate
Matthew M. McDonough, Chief Probation Officer