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Press Release Superior Court Judge Reprimanded by Commission on Judicial Conduct

Superior Court Judge Reprimanded by CJC
For immediate release:
6/09/2010
  • Massachusetts Commission on Judicial Conduct

Media Contact for Superior Court Judge Reprimanded by Commission on Judicial Conduct

Howard Neff, Executive Director

Boston, MA — The Commission on Judicial Conduct yesterday reprimanded (with some conditions) Superior Court Justice Christine M. McEvoy for having operated a motor
vehicle while under the influence of alcohol on April 15, 2009 in violation of G.L. c. 90, sec. 24.

Judge McEvoy has successfully completed her continuance without a finding in the Concord District Court, including successful completion of a drivers' alcohol education program, and her criminal case has been dismissed.

The Commission is therefore closing Complaint Number 2009-45 as Informally Adjusted, pursuant to G.L. c. 211C, sec. 8.

The Commission's statute and Rules are available on the Commission's website:  www.mass.gov/cjc.
 

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Media Contact for Superior Court Judge Reprimanded by Commission on Judicial Conduct

Massachusetts Commission on Judicial Conduct 

The Massachusetts Commission on Judicial Conduct (CJC) is the state agency responsible for investigating complaints alleging that a state court judge has engaged in judicial misconduct or has a disability preventing him or her from properly performing judicial duties.

The CJC is also responsible for pursuing, when it is appropriate, remedial action or discipline against state court judges.
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