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Important State Notices - Court Closures and Access
Important State Notices - Court Closures and Access

Update March 17th: Latest order from the Supreme Judicial Court "All trials in both criminal and civil cases scheduled to commence in Massachusetts state courts between today and April 17, 2020, are continued to a date no earlier than April 21, 2020, unless the trial is a ...

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