Supreme Judicial Court

The term Supreme Judicial Court is the shorthand name for the:

It was also once the name of the Rhode Island Supreme Court.

Other articles related to "supreme judicial court, court, supreme":

Suffolk County Courthouse
... Square in Boston, Massachusetts that is home to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ... The Court was built in 1893 ... From 1893 to 1938, the Supreme Judicial Court and the Social Law Library occupied the building, known then as the Suffolk County Courthouse ...
Bangor High School (Maine) - Notable Alumni
... Charlotte Blake Brown (early female physician) Gene Carter (Associate Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court U.S ... District Court Judge) William S ... Murray (Associate Justice of Maine Supreme Judicial Court) David Richard Porter (Maine's first Rhodes Scholar) Jonathan "Gabby" Price (head college football coach) Abraham M ...
Social Law Library - History
... of the library is very much bound up in the history of the Supreme Judicial Court itself ... Many of the proprietors of the library were chief justices of the Supreme Judicial Court, including Theophilus Parsons, Lemuel Shaw, Horace Gray, and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. ... The Supreme Judicial Court, needing a law library for their own use, permitted the library to be moved into the Court's offices in exchange for access to its many volumes ...
List Of Bates College People - Law
... Enoch Foster, Class of 1860, Justice of Maine Supreme Judicial Court Ella J ... Scott Wilson, Class of 1892, Judge United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit (1929–1942) John F ... Supreme Court Frank M ...

Famous quotes containing the words court, supreme and/or judicial:

    To take revenge halfheartedly is to court disaster: Either condemn or crown your hatred.
    Pierre Corneille (1606–1684)

    Liberalism—it is well to recall this today—is the supreme form of generosity; it is the right which the majority concedes to minorities and hence it is the noblest cry that has ever resounded in this planet. It announces the determination to share existence with the enemy; more than that, with an enemy which is weak.
    José Ortega Y Gasset (1883–1955)

    Scarcely any political question arises in the United States that is not resolved, sooner or later, into a judicial question.
    Alexis de Tocqueville (1805–1859)