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The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) is the highest court in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.The SJC claims the distinction of being the oldest continuously functioning appellate court in the Americas, The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court traces its history back to the high court of the British Province of Massachusetts Bay, which was chartered in 1692.The currently serving justices are: All judges appointed before 1695 were reappointed in that year (except John Richards, who had died) because the legislation creating the court was vetoed in that year by the Privy Council.Several further attempts to legislate the court's existence were vetoed, and it was not until 1699 that the provincial assembly enacted laws creating courts that satisfied the Privy Council.The author/provider of disclosed information herein shall not be held liable or responsible for content, errors, and/or omissions in information. (See website for upcoming scheduled events and more details.) Description / general types of activities: "Meet and Greet" Events similar to speedy dating scenario, yet with a Christian focus, faith based question cards and no charge!
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