The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
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Learn how the Massachusetts Court System works and find court data, metrics, reports, policies, plans, and initiatives.
The Massachusetts court system consists of the Supreme Judicial Court, the Appeals Court, the Executive Office of the Trial Court, the 7 Trial Court departments, the Massachusetts Probation Service, and the Office of Jury Commissioner.
Learn about how court processes in the different court departments work.
The Trial Court receives close to a million filings a year. The data collected allows for continuous improvements across the Court System.
Learn about policies, plans, programs, and initiatives of the Executive Office of the Trial Court.
Find information and resources on what you need to know if you’re summoned for jury duty, as well as information for delinquent jurors, doctors, and city and town clerks.
The Massachusetts Court System's jury instructions are written statements that explain the jury's role and laws that apply to the specific case.
A collection of policies regarding bringing weapons, cell phones, cameras and other electronic devices to court.
Learn about court budget requests.
Learn about what the different Massachusetts Court System commissions and committees do.
Formerly known as the Sequential Intercept Model Project (SIM), this project works with communities statewide to promote recovery for people with behavioral health needs, enhance public safety, and support quality of life for all.
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