If you are unsatisfied with the outcome of your civil court case, you can request for an appeal; unlike in criminal cases, both parties in a civil case have the right to appeal decisions made in court(...)
Court Rules Police Violated Protester's Rights - Part III
District Court Judge Mary Dacey-White DISMISSED charges brought by the Attleboro Police in Massachusetts on July 9, 2005 against Michael A. Judge, ruling that the police violated the pro-life advocate's free speech rights while he was praying the Rosary outside of an abortion facility. Mr. Judge, who has successfully represented himself for 2 ½ years in the justice system and documented numerous constitutional violations practiced regularly by Attleboro courthouse personnel, claims clerk-magistrates and judges have also willfully violated his constitutional rights and plans to hold them accountable along with the Attleboro police in Federal Court. On June 5, 2007, the police refused to return Michael's signs for the fifth time.
Q: Can I get any information regarding my daughters court case? I am located in RI & I can research records here but can't seem to get court records here. She is estranged from me & I need to know what she is going through. Being a mother of a drug addict is very painful, please I'm begging you to give some information.
BRATTLEBORO -- Police say a Massachusetts car crash, a Guilford burglar alarm and a homeowner's video-surveillance camera all played a role in landing a Massachusetts man in jail on a felony assault charge.