The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
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Massachusetts' courts serve all state residents. Learn how the court system works, find case information, locate a lawyer, and more.
The Superior Court is a statewide court that handles both criminal and civil actions.
Serving on a jury is an important civic duty. If you’ve been summoned to jury duty in Massachusetts, learn how to respond to your summons, what you can expect when you serve, and what happens if you miss your date.
Individuals and families sometimes need legal help to resolve issues. Find information about child support, divorce, and more.
The Appeals Court reviews decisions that Trial Court judges have already made in many different kinds of cases.
Massachusetts enforces laws to protect consumers from fraud, deception, and other unfair business practices.
The general laws in Massachusetts regulate government administration, property and domestic issues, civil cases, and criminal cases.
Massachusetts tracks births, marriages, and deaths in the state. Find information on requesting copies of these documents, and other public records.
Find information on the Massachusetts prison system, as well as programs for inmates and their families.
Find resources such as community service programs for offenders who are on parole or probation after a conviction.
You have a right to see your criminal record, and other people, such as employers, can request it under strict rules.
Make your voice heard. Learn how to register to vote, find your polling place, and more.