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Date Summaries
  
11/04/2013

The summaries of cases for oral argument were prepared by Marc G. Perlin, Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School. The summaries are not an official part of the court proceedings, and are presented so that those who access the website will have a general understanding of the legal issues in the cases set for oral argument.

 
SJC-11353
Commonwealth v. Robertson
Criminal-- The defendant is appealing the denial of a motion to dismiss criminal charges arising out of his use of a cell phone camera to take photographs up a woman's skirt while she was sitting on an MBTA trolley.
 

SJC-11399
Seney v. Morhy
Harassment Prevention Orders-- Various issues arising out of a harassment prevention proceeding, including whether a defendant's appeal of an order becomes moot if the order expires during the pendency of the appeal.

 

SJC-11039
Smith v. Mastalerz
Harassment Prevention Orders-- Various issues arising out of a harassment prevention proceeding, including whether a defendant's appeal of an order becomes moot if the order expires during the pendency of the appeal.

 

SJC-11381
MacDonald v. Caruso
Abuse Prevention Orders-- Various issues arising out of an abuse prevention proceeding, including the defendant's burdern of proof in connection with a request to vacate a permanent order.

 

SJC-11348
Commonwealth v. Donald
Criminal; DNA Testing-- Whether the defendant should be permitted to perform DNA testing with regard to evidence from his rape trial in 1999.

 

SJC-11506
Commonwealth v. Wade
Criminal; DNA Testing-- Whether the defendant should be permitted to perform DNA testing with regard to evidence from his rape and murder trial in 1997.

 

SJC-11352
Estate of Moulton v. Puopolo
Wrongful Death; Workers' Compensation-- Whether a wrongful death action by the estate of a deceased employee against members of the Board of Directors of the decedent's employer, a non-profit corporation, may proceed in light of the exclusivity provision of the Workers' Compensation Act.

  
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