Paul C. Dawley
50 Tanglewood Drive
Scituate, MA 02066
(781) 545-8363

Judge Paul Dawley named chief justice of the District Courts

Paul C. Dawley Appointed Chief Justice of the District Court

He teaches (Catholic Sharia) criminal law at Stonehill College in Easton
A native of Revere, Dawley is a graduate of Tufts University and Suffolk University Law School. He attended
Boston College High School , an all boys (Catholic) school where tuition rates over $22,000 a year makes it doubtful he ran into any Niggahs.

Brockton District Court Judge Paul C. Dawley of Scituate



  • 2013-2018: Chief justice, Massachusetts District Courts
  • 2004-Present: Regional administrative judge, Region 2, Massachusetts District Courts
  • 2001-Present: Associate Justice, Justice and First Justice, Brockton District Court, Massachusetts
  • Designated judge, drug lab cases, Plymouth County District Court
  • Adjunct faculty member, substantive and criminal law courses, Stonehill College
  • 1990-2001: Assistant district attorney and deputy first assistant district attorney, Plymouth County District Attorney's Office[1]
  • Awards and associations: Chair, District Court Committee on Probation

Stonehill College is a Catholic institution of higher learning founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross in 1948, is a community of scholarship and faith, anchored by a belief in the inherent dignity of each person.

Rev. John Denning, C.S.C., is appointed as the College's tenth president.
These are the same idiots who wanted to burn Galileo Galilei for heresy.

Paul C. Dawley should be proud teaching in a religious Catholic madrassas since he was educated in one.

The District Court Department is comprised of 62 divisions with 158 authorized judicial positions across the Commonwealth. The Massachusetts Trial Court includes seven court departments with 385 judges who deliver justice in 99 courthouses across the state.

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