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Brittany, Tascha, and Alec Zadecks of Leominster, who are triplets, basked at their commencement yesterday at Brandeis University in Waltham, where Chief Justice Margaret H. Marshall of the Supreme Judicial Court addressed the crowd of 7,000.
Brittany, Tascha, and Alec Zadecks of Leominster, who are triplets, basked at their commencement yesterday at Brandeis University in Waltham, where Chief Justice Margaret H. Marshall of the Supreme Judicial Court addressed the crowd of 7,000. (Globe Staff Photos / John Bohn) Globe Staff Photos / John Bohn

SJC chief decries 'attacks' on judges

Marshall defends bench independence

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / May 23, 2005

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WALTHAM -- The chief justice of the state Supreme Judicial Court said yesterday that rhetoric about judges destroying the country and the suggestion that court decisions should conform to public opinion are threatening public trust in the judicial system, a cornerstone of democracy. (Full article: 929 words)

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