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Retired officer gets break from appeals court in corruption case
[Boston, MA]


April 20, 2001
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Retired officer gets break from appeals court in corruption case
[Boston, MA]

April 20, 2001
(CAMBRIDGE, Mass) – A Massachusetts appeals court says that the judge who sentenced a retired police officer to two decades in prison appeared to have allowed his distaste for the defendant to impair his ability to be impartial.

James O. Mills, a former member of the Boston Police Department working as a private investigator, was caught up in a scandal involving a court clerk...

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[Boston, MA]





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