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Rosemary Curran Scapicchio in the News

WGBH's host of Greater Boston Jim Braude was joined by Sean Ellis and his defense attorneys, Rosemary Scapicchio and Jillise McDonough discussing his dropped charges – 25 Years Later.
After 25 years, two mistrials and one overturned conviction, Suffolk County prosecutors on Monday dropped their case against Sean Ellis, who served 22 years in prison after being convicted of first-degree murder in the death of Boston Police Detective John Mulligan in 1993.

Attorney Scapicchio Secures Nolle Prosequi in Two Separate Homicide Cases and One Witness Intimidation Case in Plymouth County

Plymouth DA drops murder case connected to racist emails. - The Enterprise

One of Boston's most notorious cop-killing convictions is in Jeopardy - Boston Magazine

Most serious charge in Tyngsboro pizza shop conviction overturned - The Lowell Sun

Defense lawyers challenge phone evidence in 2012 slaying - Cape Cod Times

Dorchester man seeks new trial, citing withheld evidence, police corruption - Dorchester Reporter

High court hears arguments in Sabattus man's request for new murder trial - Sun Journal

Report issued 21 years after killing puts doubt on detective - Boston Globe

Lawyer seeks new trial in detective's 1993 killing - Boston Globe

Considering parole for a teen murderer - By Bella English / Boston Globe 

Ex-Mayoral aide John Forbes walks - By Richard Weir / Boston Herald

Murder Charge is Dismissed by Judge. By Maria Cramer

Another Slam Dunk Case turns into Airball.

High Profile Cases are Nothing new to Edward Fleury's Lawyer. By Buffy Spencer

Supreme Performance - A Boston lawyer goes to Washington. By David S. Bernstein

Batman and the Penguin Eat Blakely: The Supreme Court term opens with strange bedfellows. By Dahlia Lithwick

Creativity Urged After Ruling On Sentencing. By Correy E. Stephenson

Justices Rule On Federal Sentencing Guidelines. By Coney E. Stephenson

Justices Suggest New Sentencing System is Likely. By Richard Willing

Supreme Court Considers Federal Sentencing Guidelines After 'Blakely'. By Tony Mauro

Top Court Opens Term, Hears Sentencing Cases. By James Vicin


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