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Judge Carol S. Ball
300 Commercial St Apt 613
Boston, MA 02109
Jointly Owned by James B Re (Husband)
James B Re:
Judge Keeps Twitter Case Records Sealed
Judge refuses to quash subpoena of Twitter account used by person linked to Occupy Boston
Carol Stroud Ball
Suffolk Superior Court Judge
Carol S Ball
376 Commercial St, Apt 6C
Boston, MA 02109-1062
Associated: James B Re
376 Commercial St Apt 6c, Boston, MA 02109
◦Monthly Est. Insurance: $192
◦Monthly Property Tax: $654
◦Price Per SqFt: $644
◦Estimated Value: $659,200
◦Square Feet: 1,023
◦Property Type: Apartment Complex
◦Year Built: 1983
◦Last sold: October 27 for $1 <<<<<lolwut?
◦Heating: Heat pump
◦Price HistoryDateDescriptionPrice% Chg$/sqftSource
◦ 12/16/1988Sold$250,0001,141%$244Public Record
◦ 08/26/1987Sold$20,150–$19Public Record
◦but wait she owns another condo?
◦Carol S Ball
◦300 Commercial St, Apt 613
◦Boston, MA 02109-1122
◦300 Commercial St
◦Boston, MA 02109
◦ $856,700Rent Zestimate:$3,782/m
◦Beds: 2Baths: 2Sqft: 1,114Lot: 1,114 sq ft / 0.03 acresType: CondoYear built: 1900Last sold: July 02 1998 for $580,000
◦Price HistoryDateDescriptionPrice% Chg$/sqftSource 07/02/1998Sold$580,00084.1%$520Public Record 06/12/1998Sold$315,000–$282Public Record
Date of Birth/Place of Birth 11/30/51 – Bryn Mawr, PA
Title Associate Justice
Office Mailing Address
Superior Court Administrative Office
Suffolk County Courthouse, 13th Floor
Three Pemberton Square
Boston, MA 02108
Prior Public Service
Superior Court Law Clerk 1976-1977
Assistant District Attorney, Middlesex County 1977-1985
Prior Professional Employment
Trial Attorney – Kilburn & Associate 1985-1989
Solo practice 1989-1992
Hardoon & Ball 1992-1996
ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
National Institute of Trial Advocacy Workshops
Faculty Member (1980-present)
Harvard Law School
Teaching Team Leader, Trial Advocacy Workshop (January 1990, January 1995, January 1996)
Northeastern University School of Law
Part Time Faculty Member, Instructor, Criminal Trial Practice (Spring 1984-present)
Massachusetts Bar Association
Member, Civil Litigation Section Council, Member Fee Arbitration Board (1990-1996)
Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education
New England Law Institute
Faculty Member (1984-present)
Preparation of written materials and presentation of numerous civil and criminal law educational programs for practicing attorneys involving evidence and other trial advocacy matters.
Chairman, Criminal Curriculum Policy Committee and Member, Curriculum Policy and Coordinating Committee (1988-1990)
Board of Bar Overseers
Member, Hearing Committee (1986-1992)
Middlesex Multi-Door Courthouse
Case Evaluator (1990-1996)
Greater Lowell ADR
Suffolk Superior Court Case Evaluation Program
Case Evaluator (1992-1993)
Mediation and arbitration on an independent basis.
Smith College 1973
Northeastern University Law School 1976
Massachusetts State Courts
United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
United State Supreme Court
Corporation Member, Old North Church
Womens Bar Association
Massachusetts Bar Association
Boston Bar Association
American College of Trial Lawyers
Chief, Law Clerk Committee, Superior Court
trial advisory teaching at Northeastern Law School and Harvard Law School.
Honorable Carol S. Ball
Smith College, BA 1973
Northeastern University, JD 1976
Judge Ball is an associate justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court. For 20 years prior to her appointment to the bench in 1996, she was an active criminal and civil trial attorney as an assistant district attorney in Middlesex County and as a criminal defense attorney. She teaches trial advocacy at the School of Law, as well as at Harvard Law School, and Criminal Trial Practice.
◦Associate Justice, Massachusetts Superior Court, Boston, MA
Associate Justice, Massachusetts Superior Court, Boston
Justice Ball will teach in the Trial Advocacy Workshop during the Winter Term 2012.
she gives a close freind 2 years probation on a federal corruption charge?:
Richard Vitale, who in June was acquitted in an unrelated federal corruption case involving DiMasi, is accused of failing to register as a lobbyist for ticket brokers trying to change the state’s anti-scalping laws, and of making campaign contributions to legislators that exceeded the $200 limit for lobbyists. Prosecutors also said Vitale negotiated an illegal “contingency” fee to be paid by the brokers if the legislation they were seeking was passed.
Vitale pleaded guilty to seven misdemeanor charges in Suffolk Superior Court. His consulting firm, WN Advisors, also pleaded guilty to three lobbying violations.
Vitale, 66, will not serve any jail time but was fined the maximum $32,000 and given two years’ probation by Judge Carol Ball. The sentence also prohibits him from lobbying for the next three years. A separate agreement with prosecutors requires him to give up the $60,000 he received from the Massachusetts Association of Ticket Brokers in 2007 and 2008.
A trial, Ball said, would be “a waste of precious, precious court resources, for no good reason.”
At the outset of the hearing, Ball explained her decision not to recuse herself from the case despite having had a friendship with DiMasi and contributing to his political campaigns before she became a judge in 1996. Ball said that DiMasi was not a party to the case and that she had never before met Vitale.
Nov. 02–A Suffolk Superior Court judge today tossed an impounded blueprint of the state’s corruption case against former Probation Commissioner John J. O’Brien and a top aide to former Treasurer Tim Cahill back into the lap of Attorney General Martha Coakley to decide whether or not to release the information to media.
Coakley spokesman Brad Puffer said the office never opposed the document being sealed to begin with, but would need to discuss the next move.
Prosecutors are not required by law to file a statement of their cases, though many do so as a matter of practice following a grand jury indictment.
Judge Carol S. Ball said that while she has read the document, and, “I don’t think there’s a lot in here,” other than previously unknown names of potential grand jury witnesses, she didn’t want it part of the official court record at this time.
“I truly worry that it violates a defendant’s right to the presumption of innocence,” Ball said. “It is, in effect, a glorified, court-approved press release. And I have a problem with that.”
Assistant Attorney General Peter Mullin told Ball his office typically files statements of cases as a helpful “quick and easy reference” guide for judges and probation officials to refer to for facts.
“It’s of no use to me,” Ball fired back.
O’Brien, 54, who retired Dec. 31 with a $4,738 per-month pension allowance after 30 years with the probation department — 12 as its leader — was charged in September with conspiring with former Cahill confidante Scott Campbell, 40, to throw Cahill an $11,100 fundraiser in 2005 that prosecutors allege led to O’Brien’s wife, Laurie O’Brien, 52, landing a job with the state Lottery.
O’Brien and Campbell, both of Quincy, have pleaded not guilty.
O’Brien’s lawyer Brendan Pitts acknowledged in court today that in addition to the state charges, his client is the target of a federal corruption probe, as well.
Campbell’s attorney, Charles Rankin, said Campbell is only under investigation by the state. Those charges include allegations that when Cahill ran for governor last year as an Independent candidate, Campbell fronted three associates $500 apiece to cut his boss donations in order to skirt campaign finance restrictions.
rate her work:
Experience & Credentials
University Smith College, A.B.
Law School Northeastern University, J.D.
This is the judge that allow for a secret subpoena of @p0siAn0n, @OccupyBoston and
the hashtag #d0xcak3.
Subpoena of a hashtag? Really? You filthy fascists lack any semblance of probable cause
seeing as “d0xing” – the accumulation of publicly available information – is perfectly legal. Furthermore, the only reason any LEA would seek to subpoena a hashtag would be to compile a list of outspoken twitter users who are critical of their methods. This is an attempt to intimidate/silence people who are outspoken critics of police brutality.
We will not be silenced. If you act in a corrupt manner – we will expose you. If you beat us, pepper spray us and arrest us in attempt to remove our constitutional right to free assembly we will call you out.
If you try to subpoena with us false accusations of wrongdoing – we will call you out.
If you attempt to hide your corruption with gag orders – we will call you out.
We are anons – we are legion – we are the hydra…
We do not forgive
We do not forget
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