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The following courts will have activities on Friday, May 6:

  • Wrentham District Court, 60 East Street, First Session Courtroom, 9:30 a.m.
    Festivities will include the State Police Honor Guard, performances by the Medway High School Band, Boston Police Gaelic Column Pipes & Drums, and a keynote speech by hockey Hall of Famer and Olympian Jim Craig. District Court Chief Justice Paul C. Dawley will also speak at the event.
  • Boston Municipal Court-Brighton, 52 Academy Hill Road, 10:30 a.m.
    The theme of Law Day will be “Celebrate Your Freedom – Assuring Justice for All.” Essay and poster contest, special scholarship and awards presentations, including the 11th Annual Honorable Albert H. Burns scholarship award. Attorney Richard Dyer will present a special award in honor of the Hon. Charles Artesani.
  • Boston Municipal Court-West Roxbury, 85 Warren Street, 10:00 a.m.
    Theme: “Get Out and Vote: Why Voting is Important,” more than 100 Boston public & private school students who have participated in the Court’s Straight Ahead Program throughout the year from the Charles Sumner School and Wolfgang Mozart School in Roslindale and the Holy Name Parish School in West Roxbury. There will be a poster & essay contest for students based on our Law Day. There will be a special awards presentation of the Diane Halperin Award to the Home for Little Wanderers. Keynote speaker will be David Brown, former WCVB-TV meteorologist and most recently Chief Advancement Officer to the Aid to the Blind. Outdoor activities will include the Boston Police Department’s K-9 unit, Boston Fire Department fire truck, the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department, and the State Police Underwater Recovery Unit.
  • Hingham District Court, 28 George Washington Blvd., 9:30 a.m.
    First Justice Heather M.S. Bradley will preside over the  Hingham District Court Law Day ceremony, which will include poster and essay contests. The Liberty Bell Award will be presented to William Leonard, Esq. who has retired from his law practice after 45 years of dedicated service.

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