March 2013 Newsletter
Law Offices of Stephen R. Manning
Morrison Mahoney, LLP
John G. Bagley, Esq.
Hon. Henry J. Boroff*
Peter M. Burns, Esq.
Hon. Philip A. Contant*
Hon. Rebekah J. Crampton-Kamukala*
Hon. Beth A. Crawford
Jennifer Midura-D’Amour, Esq.*
Henry M. Downey, Esq.*
Hon. Patricia M. Dunbar*
Hon. Nancy Dusek-Gomez*
Margaret E. Eckert, Esq.*
Hon. Linda S. Fidnick*
William M. Fitzgerald, Esq.
Hon. Daniel A. Ford*
Hon. Anne M. Geoffrion*
Hon. Ann M. Gibbons*
Hon. John M. Greaney*
Hon. Robert L. Howarth*
Hon. Mary E. Hurley*
Hon. Barbara M. Hyland*
Hon. Bertha D. Josephson*
Hon. George C. Keady, Jr.*
Hon. C. Jeffrey Kinder*
Hon. Catherine Watson-Koziol*
Hon. Robert F. Kumor, Jr. *
Steven M. Leecock, Esq.
Hon. Mark D Mason*
Hon. C. Brian McDonald*
Hon. Willaim B. McDonough
John McNally, Esq.*
John E. Miller, Esq.
Jeffrey S. Morneau, Esq.*
Hon. Robert S. Murphy, Jr.
Hon. Kenneth P. Neiman*
Jeffrey K. O'Connor, Esq.
Joseph M. Pacella, Esq.*
Hon. Tina S. Page*
John J. Pajak, Esq.*
Hon. John M. Payne, Jr.*
Hon. Joseph A. Pellegrino*
Hon. Gail L. Perlman*
Hon. Judith J. Phillips*
Hon. Patricia T. Poehner*
Hon. Michael A. Ponsor*
Hon. David S. Ross*
Hon. Mary Lou Rup*
Hon. David G. Sacks*
Hon. Kent B. Smith*
Hon. Daniel J. Swords*
Hon. Ariane D. Vuono*
Hon. William T. Walsh*
William Welch, Esq.
*Sustaining Members over two consecutive years
Please consider making whatever arrangements are needed in order to hear U.S. District Court Judge William Young speak at Judge’s Night on April 2nd at the Log Cabin. Judge Young is a vivacious speaker with a storied career, including many famous criminal cases, including the “Big Dan” rape case (which was the inspiration for the Jodie Foster movie - The Accused), the Richard Reid shoe bomber case and the Boston Strangler case. Judge Young is a staunch advocate for our trial by jury system and federal sentencing reform. Judge Young has sat on many high profile patent cases, where his innovative trial techniques have been studies and have gained international attention. [Patent trials are divided into three phases where evidence is limited to (1) validity, (2) infringement and, then, (3) damages. Each phase has a separate opening statement conducted by the accused infringer in the first phase and the patentee in the 2nd and 2rd phases. Sign up now as I anticipate a record attendance of judge’s and lawyers.
Our Executive Director, Noreen Nardi, has had the unique and difficult challenge of having to replace both of her excellent, long-term assistants this year all while running the ever growing and active Bar Association (and in the midst of this turmoil she also found time to speak at a National conference for executive directors in Las Vegas). I know that we, the Board of Directors, are all impressed with Noreen’s skill and effort in this regard, which can best be described as a mechanic performing an oil change on a NASCAR engine without ever stopping or even slowing during the race. As a result, I want to use this month’s message to introduce you to a number of new faces at the Bar Association as well as the role that each of them has taken on.
Michelle LaPlante was the Hampden County Legal Clinic Administrative Assistant and is now in charge of the Lawyer Referral & Information Service and events.
Jennifer Redfern came from a law office in Holyoke and is now responsible for the Hampden County Legal Clinic. Jennifer coordinates all of the Lawyer for the Day programs and volunteer opportunities for our members!
Lynne McMillan came from a law office in Palmer and is handling the Arbitration/Mediation and Education programs, as well as assisting with all of our many events!
Please stop by to say hello and welcome our new staff!
The Hampden County Bar Association would like to welcome the following attorneys and students as new members:Bradford E. Curtis, Esq. - Jamie Ranney, P.C.
Alexander Dobiecki, Esq.
Connor W. Fallon, Esq. - Hampden County Superior Court
Theresa S. Finnegan, Esq. - Hampden County Sheriff's Department
David A. Keller, Esq. - Law Office of David A. Keller
Anthony Lombardi, Esq. - Connecticut Attorneys Title Insurance Company
Susan M. Williams, Esq. - Susan M. Williams, LLC
What is an HCBA membership worth?
NEW MEMBER BENEFIT - THE COLONY CLUB MEMBERSHIP
A special invitation has been extended to the members of the Hampden County Bar Association. Effective February 1, 2013, The Colony Club will be accepting membership applications from qualified HCBA members. A reduced initiation fee of $200.00 will be in effect for HCBA Members who submit a completed application by March 31, 2013 and meet The Colony Club membership requirements. A limited number of memberships are available. For more information contact Heidi Edwards at (413) 732-4101.
Hall of Justice Member Conveniences:
Computer Terminal w/Internet Access & Wireless Internet
ProShred ~ http://www.proshred.com/
Insurance Services thru Millbrook Benefits, Axia Group & LePage Financial Services ~ http://www.millbrookbenefits.com/home.htm
Discounts on various insurance products including Professional Liability.
AXIA Insurance Benefits Reminder for Members
Are you sure that your Insurance coverage is correct? You need to know this before you need the coverage. AXiA offers a free coverage analysis for:
Hampden Bank ~ https://www.hampdenbank.com/
Click here for a brochure on Hampden Bank.
Professional Services: Line of Credit*
Pensions & Benefits Associates, Inc. ~ http://www.manta.com/c/mm27bp8/pension-benefits-assoc-inc
Reduce plan document fee
Elm's Cleaners ~ http://www.manta.com/c/mm2zlsy/elms-cleaners-expert
Free pickup and delivery anywhere in Hampden County
Member Discount Programs
Save 25 percent on any website packages through ESQSites123.com
LexisNexis HCBA Discount Program
20 percent discount on new LexisNexis Online Research Subscriptions
For more information contact Suzanne Supina at (860) 604-8633 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save 20% on UPS Shipping through Unishippers. Hampden County Bar Association is pleased to announce a new Member Benefit Program offered by Unishippers/UPS! This member benefit allows members of the Hampden County Bar Association, currently spending $10,000 or less per year on their shipping needs, to receive a 20% discount through the Unishippers/UPS program. Click here for a brochure.
Before any pricing can be offered, each account must be approved by UPS to receive the discounted rate. Signing up is easy. To see if you are eligible, please send an e-mail inquiry to email@example.com providing your name, address, phone and e-mail address, or call 1.800.713.2111. Make sure to indicate that you are a member of the Hampden County Bar Association. If you qualify, an account number will be assigned and you'll receive a Welcome Packet via e-mail. Simply follow the instructions for use and start saving 20% on each and every package you send!
Save 15 percent on American Bar Association web store purchases including books, CLE course materials and other products - enter code PAB6EHCB upon checkout For further information on what is available, click here to visit the ABA WebStore.
Reduced rates on credit card processing fees through First National Merchant Solutions. For more information contact Richard Rheault at (413) 527-1304 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
20 percent discount off Paychex payroll processing charges. For more information contact Jamie Scherban at (413) 731-8930 ext. 47954 or via email at email@example.com. (Mention National Account Code 5712.)
20 percent discount off the purchase of new subscriptions to Westlaw Forms and on any print volume from West’s Massachusetts Practice Series.
15 percent discount on new subscriptions to West Case Notebook with LiveNote technology. Free trial for WestlawNext. Contact Karen Katz, Esq. at Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-935-9331.
10 percent discount on Disability insurance with Standard Insurance Company - the Hampden County Bar Association is pleased to present an opportunity to its members to apply for a quality individual disability insurance policy from Standard Insurance Company at a 10% discount. The Protector+ SM3 individual disability income insurance is guaranteed renewable and includes many excellent benefits. It can be customized with optional riders and benefit periods to meet your needs. For more information contact Financial Management Systems at 413-736-5550 or email Mickey Savoy at email@example.com or Javad Darouian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catuogno Court Reporting & StenTel Transcription Services is offering the Hampden County Bar Association members a special rate on their Legal Transcription service. They have five offices across Massachusetts and Rhode Island with spacious conference rooms available for all of your deposition, client meetings, arbitrations and videoconferencing needs. With locations in Springfield, Worcester, Boston, Chelmsford and Providence, Catougno Court Reporting & Stentel Transcriptions is the convenient solution for all of your legal support services. Take advantage of the following discounts using your Hampden County Bar Membership to reduce costs and increase your bottom line:
• 10% discount on depositions;
Additional 10% discount when you become a member of the "Lawyers Conference Center"
Contact Sten-Tel Inc. website at http://www.stentel.com/ or call (888) 228-8646 to take advantage of your special Hampden County Bar Association Member Benefit. If you have limited staff or if you want to save money, you will want to hear about their transcription services!
Save 15 percent discount on automotive maintenance/repair at Silk’s Auto Service, Inc., 51 Dale Street, Springfield, MA, (413) 733-9157.
$10.00 discount on Massage Therapy at Maleckas Therapeutic Massage, 501 Belmont Avenue, Springfield, MA, (413) 627-1410.
10 percent discount on computer repairs, data security, upgrades and installation of software for email encryption at Bob’s Computer Service, (413) 204-8339 or email@example.com
The Governor's Council recently confirmed the appointment of Edward J. McDonough as a Hampden County Superior Court judge. Congratulations on this accomplishment!
Attorney L. Alexandra Hogan of Shatz, Schwartzc & Fentin was recently appointed to represent Western Massachusetts on the State Bankruptcy Court Diversity Committee. Congratulations Attorney Hogan!
Law Office of James F. Donnelly has relocated his office as of March 4, 2013 to 1252 Elm Street, Suite 26, West Springfield, MA 01089, his contact number are: office (413) 285.8353 and fax (413) 746.6279.
Many thanks to Egan, Flanagan & Cohen, P.C. for the use of their conference room on February 7, 2013 for an Experts in Residence Seminar.
We are pleased to announce that Attorney Michael J. Chernick has recently been reappointed as Public Administrator for Hampden County.
Congratulations to the following Hampden County Bar Association members who won tickets to the Falcons hockey team home games for the month of February: Attorney Cary Szafranski, Attorney Gina M. Letellier, Attorney Dennis P. Powers, Attorney Scott B. Burg, Attorney Jennifer L. Cava, and Attorney Joseph M. Pacella. Go Falcons!
Massachusetts Bar Association Community Service Award Nomination
The Hampden County Bar Association Education Committee would like to thank the following individuals who took time out of their busy schedule to present an educational training during the past month:
Elizabeth G. Dineen, Esq. - Chair-Criminal Justice Department/Bay Path College
March 21, 2013 - Brown Bag Lunch:
Pension Laws & Reform - 1pm - 2pm
March 26, 2013 - Brown Bag Lunch:
Personal Injury Law Round-Up & Civil Practice Case Law Update - 1pm - 2pm
Click here to register.
MORE UPCOMING SEMINARS…Watch for Details
Brown Bag Lunch Seminar:
April 11, 2013 - Preparing for the Upcoming Boom in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Criminal Law Education Series:
For a handout from the March 4, 2013 Criminal Brown Bag lunch on "Western Massachusetts Women's Correctional Center" click here.
Superior Court View from the Bench
The third installment of the Practice Development Series, "Getting Help In Preparing for Your First Trial" will be held on Monday, March 11, 2013 from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. in the Commissioner's Room, 50 State Street, 2nd Floor, Springfield. Presenters are Attorney Charles R. Casartello, Jr. and Attorney Thomas A. Kenefick, III. This installment is being sponsored by Attorney Joseph M. Pacella and offered free of charge. Click here for registration form.
The Practice Development Series discusses "Real Life Lawyering". The series objective is to support lawyers, particularly new practitioners, solo practitioners and members of small firms, to improve professional skills, increase collegiality and decrease the business, liability ethical and health risks of practice. These sessions will traditionally be held on the 2nd Monday of the month, 1pm – 2pm and are being offered free of charge. Lunch will be provided.
Upcoming Session Dates and Topics:
April 8, 2013 – Dealing with Difficult Adversaries
The Hampden County Bar Association will hold its Annual Judicial Dinner on Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. at the Log Cabin, 500 Easthampton Road, Holyoke, with a cocktail hour starting at 5:30 pm. The keynote speaker will be the Honorable William G. Young of the U.S. District Court. To register or for more information click here.
2013 Fair Housing and Civil Rights Conference
The Massachusetts FairHousing Center will be hosting this year's Fair Housing and Civil Rights Conference on Thursday, April 11, 2013 from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm and Friday, April 12, 2013 from 8:30 am - 12:00 pm at the Springfield Marriott, 2 Boland Way, Springfield, MA. Please join in celebrating 45 years of the federal Fair Housing Act. For more information and to register, please visit the Mass Fair Housing website.
Law Day - Save the Date
The Hampden County Bar Association and the local courts will be hosting the 2013 Law Day, "Realizing the Dream: Equality for All" on Wednesday, May 1, 2013. Save the date, more information will be available in April.
HCBA Day at the Melha Shrine Circus
Come join the HCBA for an afternoon of fun at the Shriner's Circus! Once again this year, the Hampden County Bar Association is sponsoring the circus, and has been invited to the performance on Saturday, May 4, 2013 at 2:30 pm at a reduced rate. There will be a limited number of tickets available for HCBA members and their families for this performance. If you are unable to attend this performance time, discount coupons to purchase tickets for any other performance will be available to our members and their families and guests. The circus is running from May 2nd through May 5th at the Big E Coliseum. For more information about our outing or to purchase tickets, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 413-732-4648.
Again this year, the Hampden County Bar Association will also be donating some of our tickets to local organizations to give some children the opportunity to attend the circus that would not otherwise be able to see this great show! Last year we donated close to 75 tickets to the following organizations: Center for Human Development, Springfield Boys & Girls Club, Square One and Web Dubois.
The Hampden County Bar Association will be holding its Annual Golf Outing at the Ranch Golf Club in Southwick, MA on Thursday, May 16, 2013. Mark your calendars and save the date!
Hampden County Pro Bono Recognition Lunch & Training - Follow Up
Bacon Wilson PC., Women's Bar Foundation, MassMutual Financial Group, Hampden County Bar Association, and the Hampden County Legal Clinic sponsored The Hampden County Pro Bono Day Training & Recognition Lunch on Tuesday, February 12, 2013. There were training sessions for the Housing Court and District Court Lawyer for the Day programs as well as a recognition lunch to thank the many volunteers that have provided pro bono services through the Hampden County Legal Clinic and Lawyer for the Day programs. Honorable Francis X. Spina, Associate Justice, Supreme Judicial Court, delivered the keynote address during lunch. We would like to thank Judge Francis X. Spina, Judge Dina E. Fein, Attorneys Thomas McCormick, Jonathan Kane, Joel Feldman, Suzanna Garrow, Kevin V. Maltby and Charles R. Casartello, Jr. for their time and expertise.
Photos of past and current events are always available on our website at http://www.hcbar.org/category/5277/calendar-and-events.htm. We will be adding pictures from our 1st Annual Charity Poker Tournament, shortly!
New Lawyers Section Lunch
The next Real Estate Section lunch will be held on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at Red Rose Pizzeria at 12:00 p.m. The guest speaker will be Mr. Paul J. Briganti, Vice President, New England Land Survey, Inc. and Mr. James Smith, Chief Surveyor, New England Land Survey, Inc., who will discuss, "Flood Plain Changes and How to Stop Real Estate Closings from Falling Through Due to the High Cost of Flood Insurance". This lunch is sponsored by New England Land Survey, Inc. and is open to ALL members of the HCBA and recent bar admittees. Click here to register.
Thank you to Attorney Steven Weiss who lead and informal lead an informal discussion about avoiding mortgages at the recent bankruptcy lunch on February 28, 2013. The next Bankruptcy Section lunch will be held in May. Watch for further details!
Bench Bar Notes
The next Probate Court Bench Bar meeting will be held on Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. The Agenda for the meeting will be sent to all members prior to the meeting. If you have any questions or would like to add a topic to the Agenda, please contact the HCBA at 732-4648 or email@example.com.
The Probate Court Bench Bar Sub-Committee on Volunteer Opportunities has developed a calendar that gives a brief description of the various volunteer programs, along with the dates that volunteers are needed in the Probate & Family Court. The programs include Conciliation and LAR/Lawyer for the Day opportunities.
Pre-Trial Conference Program
The Probate Pre-Trial Conference Program is a great pro bono opportunity for attorneys to offer their services in the Probate Court. Sessions are held every other Tuesday with an occasional Thursday. We’d like to thank the following individuals who volunteered for Thursdays in February:
Gene Friedlander, Esq.
We are currently in need of volunteers for the following:
Lawyer for the Day: March 11th, 15th, 18th, 20th, 22nd and 25th.
HBA Limited Assistance Representation:
Courtroom 3: March 18th and 25th
Conciliation: Courtroom 1: March 18th, and 25th
DOR Contempt's: Courtroom 2: March 14th
If you would like more information regarding the programs requirements or a complete list of the available dates, please contact Jennifer at the Hampden County Legal Clinic at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-733-6500.
The next District Court bench bar meeting will be held on Monday, March 18, 2013. The agenda will include discussion about the recent state crime/drug lab issue involving state crime chemists Anne Dookhan and Sonja Farak. Attorney Terry Nagle will lead the discussion with a power point presentation. In addition, ADA Jane Montori will comment on the proposed amendment to Mass. R. Crim. P. 12. If you have any questions or would like to add a topic to the Agenda, please contact the HCBA at 732-4648 or email@example.com
Lawyer for the Day-District Court
The Lawyer for the Day program continues to be a success due to the many volunteers who have offered their services in District Court on Wednesdays and Thursdays. This is a great pro bono opportunity for area attorneys. This program benefits landlords and tenants who are income eligible. We’d like to thank the following individuals who volunteered for Wednesdays and Thursdays in February:
Steven R. Weiner, Esq.
We are currently in need of volunteers for the following dates:
March 13th- 1:00 to 4:00
If you would like to volunteer, please contact Jennifer at the Hampden County legal clinic at 413-733-6500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The next Juvenile Court Bench Bar meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. The Bench Bar meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month and are open to all attorneys who practice in Juvenile Court.
The next Western Division Housing Court bench bar meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 @ 3:30 at the Springfield Housing Court, For more information or to present agenda items contact Jonathan Kane or email@example.com.
Lawyer for the Day-Housing Court
The Lawyer for the Day program continues to be a success due to the many volunteers who have offered their services in Western Division Housing Court on Thursdays. This is a great pro bono opportunity for area attorneys. This program benefits landlords and tenants who are income eligible. We’d like to thank the following individuals who volunteered for Thursdays in February:
Lauren M. Marcous, Esq.
We are currently in need of volunteers for the following dates: March 21st and 28th If you would like to volunteer, please contact Jennifer at the Hampden County legal clinic at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-733-6500.
The Hampden County Bar Association Arbitration & Mediation Service is pleased to announce that our service has been approved as a qualified ADR Program for the Hampden County Superior Court, approved by Superior Court Chief Justice Barbara J. Rouse, as well as a qualified ADR provider for the Western Division Housing Court Department, approved by Housing Court Chief Justice Steven D. Pierce. As a provider of court connected dispute resolution services, the Hampden County Bar Association Arbitration & Mediation Service will be listed on the Superior and Housing Courts' list of approved programs from January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2015.
The Hampden County Bar Association Arbitration & Mediation Service maintain a roster of highly qualified lawyers and retired judges for arbitration, mediation, or case evaluations. Our panel members, as an accommodation to the Bar Association, have agreed to serve at substantially reduced rates for arbitrations, mediations or case evaluations. Indeed, many of our panel members independently mediate and arbitrate cases at higher rates. Why not conserve resources by coordinating your arbitrations or mediations through the Hampden County Bar Association? We encourage you to support your bar association by keeping the Arbitration and Mediation Service in mind for alternative dispute resolution. For a complete list of arbitrators/mediators and the type of cases they handle, please visit our website at http://www.hcbar.org/category/5292/arbitration-and-mediation.htm.
The 2013 panel registration forms have been sent out. For information about the service or becoming a member of the panel, please contact our office via email at ArbitrationMediation@hcbar.org or by calling (413) 748-7951. This information may also be obtained by visiting our website at www.hcbar.org.
The 2013 panel registration forms were mailed out. Anyone who has not renewed their registration was removed from rotation on February 28, 2013. If you did not receive a renewal application or for more information about the LRIS program, contact 413-732-4646 or visit our website at www.hcbar.org.
If you receive a call from a potential client looking for assistance in an area of law that you do not practice, why not refer them to the Hampden County Bar Association's Lawyer Referral & Information Service? All members of the LRIS are your experienced colleagues. Support your LRIS in providing quality referrals in our community!
The Hampden County Legal Clinic has been busy coordinating volunteers for programs in District, Housing and Probate Courts as well as handling foreclosure intake calls. This would not be possible without the financial support from Massachusetts Mutual. If you are interested in volunteering for any of these programs, please contact Jennifer at the Hampden County legal clinic at email@example.com. or 413-733-6500.
The Hampden County Bar Association received an IOLTA Grant from the Massachusetts Bar Foundation in the amount of $59,000 for funding of the Hampden County Bar Association's Children's Law Project for the 2012-2013 Grant year. We are very grateful to the Massachusetts Bar Foundation for their continued support of this program. Through this program, children receive legal representation in the Hampden County Family and Probate Court for an array of matters. For more information about the Massachusetts Bar Foundation and the good work they do, check out their website at http://www.massbarfoundation.org.
The Hampden County Bar Association is please to announce that we will be an event partner for InPractice Connecticut which will be held at The Hilton Hartford, 315 Trumbull St, Hartford on Thursday, May 2, 2013. Join the hundreds of attendees expected for the InPractice Conference. You'll learn about emerging technologies and new opportunities for law firms at the largest practice management event in southern New England. Save the Date! For more information about in practice visit their website at www.inpracticect.com
Northwestern District Attorney - Job Posting
Scholarships Available for Local Students Pursuing Law Degree
Senior Partners for Justice West Luncheon
Lawyer for the Day Training for the Hampshire County Housing Court Project
The Women's Bar Foundation along with the Hampshire County Bar Association will be holding a training seminar for the Hampshire County Housing Court Lawyer for the Day program on Monday, March 18, 2013 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. The seminar will be hosted by Community Legal Aid at 20 Hampton Avenue, Suite 100, Northampton. Space is limited and registration is required. The Hampshire County Housing Court was created in response to the Hampshire County Housing Court's please to local attorneys to help reduce the number of unrepresented people in Housing Court. Space is limited and registration is required. Please rsvp to Rebecca Ryan, firstname.lastname@example.org by March 11, 2013.
No Paid Advertisements this month.“All paid advertising published in this newsletter in no way constitutes approval or endorsement by the Hampden County Bar Association or by any of its members of the products and/or services advertised.”
March 11, 2013 - Practice Development Series-"Getting Help Preparing for Your First Trial"
The following is a list of Hampden County Judges' assignments through the end of the month. Please note that these assignments are subject to change without notice.
Hampden County Superior Court
3/11 - 3/15 Carey, Sweeney, Josephson, Page, Ferrara,
Hampden County Probate Court
3/11 Crawford, Fuller, Geoffrion, Sacks
3/18 Fuller, Crawford
3/25 Fuller, Sacks, Geoffrion, Crawford (PM)
Springfield District Court
3/11 Beattie, Boyle, Contant (AM), Hurley, Murphy, Poehler
3/18 Beattie, Boyle, Gordon, Groce, Hadley, Hurley, Koenigs
3/25 Beattie, Boyle, Contant (AM), Gordon, Hadley, Hurley, Poehler
Palmer District Court
Westfield District Court
3/11 Contant (PM)
3/25 Contant (PM)
Chicopee District Court
3/25 Mason, Koenigs
Holyoke District Court
3/11 Sanabria-Vega, Walsh
3/18 Sanabria-Vega, Walsh
3/25 Sanabria-Vega, Walsh
Springfield Juvenile Court
3/11 Swords, Belsky, Eaton, Phillips
3/18 Swords, Belsky, Phillips
3/25 Swords, Belsky, Eaton, Phillips
Holyoke Juvenile Court
Western Housing Court