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This court is formally called Suffolk County Juvenile Court-West Roxbury. Delinquency, harassment and criminal cases for the area covered by the Boston Police's West Roxbury Division. All care and protections, child requiring assistance and jury trials are heard in the Boston session.
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 using the MBTA via the subway using the Orange Line. Forest Hills is the closest stop to the courthouse.
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.
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Please call for details at 1-800-THE-JURY (1-800-843-5879).
No cell phones, or other electronic devices, including:
(Exceptions: Employees, Police, Attorneys and Jurors)
Using cameras and electronic devices
Hon. Terry M. Craven, First Justice
Donna M. Ciampoli, Clerk-Magistrate
Mary K. McIntyre, Chief Probation Officer