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09/29/2021

On September 29, 2021, the Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission sponsored a presentation for community advocates in Massachusetts a

05/27/2020
various

On May 27, 2020, the Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission sponsored a virtual question and answer session for community advocates i

03/24/2020
Chief Justice Casey

This letter

02/21/2020
Julia Devanthery, Dan Daley, and Lisabeth Jorgensen

A discussion of Boston Housing Authority v.

05/07/2018
Anne L. Dale Nialetz

Reversed - DCF did not have reasonable cause to believe the child was neglected where (1) Appellant was not involved in the child being l

06/22/2018
Laureen Decas

Affirmed - DCF had reasonable cause to find neglect where a young child witnessed domestic violence and expressed sadness.

06/18/2018
Linda A. Horvath

Affirmed - DCF had reasonable cause to terminate services when the Appellant was found not to have submitted 51A reports that allegedly s

06/11/2018
Frances I. Wheat, MPA

Reversed - DCF did not have reasonable cause to support a 51B decision when Appellant allowed a child to visit her their mother and, unbe

10/16/2017
Carmen Temme

Affirmed - DCF had sufficient evidence to find neglect where Appellant left the child with child’s mother overnight despite knowing that

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