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Judge Joseph nominated by Gov. Charlie Baker

29 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

Newton District Court Judge Shelley M. Richmond Joseph was nominated to her $184,694-a-year post by Gov. Charlie Baker in September 2017.
At the time of her nomination, Baker said, “Shelley Richmond Joseph's past service to the commonwealth and people of Massachusetts in both public and private capacities coupled with her extensive courtroom experience will serve as an asset to the district courts.”
Last December, after he learned of a federal investigation into the 51-year-old judge, Baker said she should not longer preside over criminal cases.
“I don't believe she should be hearing...
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