Law360, New York (January 1, 2018, 3:04 PM EST) -- The year ahead promises to bring several high-profile cases to Massachusetts as the office of newly appointed U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling gets ready to try consequential matters involving public corruption and the opioid crisis, while the U.S. Supreme Court considers petitions over a Native American tribe's bid to bring casino gambling to Martha's Vineyard.
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In March, prosecutors are expected to kick off a criminal trial against two Boston city officials charged with extortion.
The case against Boston tourism director Kenneth Brissette and his co-defendant Timothy Sullivan, a senior adviser to Mayor Marty Walsh, has captured local attention...
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