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Dorchester Community CORI Project
Dorchester Court
510 Washington Street
Dorchester, MA 02124
Telephone: 617-371-1234 or 617-603-1803 - Fax: 617-371-1222

Services:

There is a CORI table for walk-ins at the Dorchester courthouse. The CORI Table is next to the clerk's office on the 1st floor. At other times, call GBLS for an intake from 9am to 5pm Mon-Fri. If there is a very high volume of calls, you may be put on hold, but your call will eventually be answered.

The Dorchester Community CORI Project is a program of Greater Boston Legal Services in collaboration with volunteer lawyers and law students. Attorneys and supervised law students provide free legal advice and/or represent individuals trying to seal cases. Expungement cases, appeals and systemic CORI problems are also handled. The Project puts on community education events targeted to Roxbury and Dorchester residents.

Also see the Directory listings for Greater Boston Legal Services and Roxbury Community CORI Project

Service hours:

2nd & 4th Wednesdays of the month, 9am - 5pm (except for 4th Wed. in December)

Requirements / Restrictions:

Income limitations (usually restricted to persons with incomes less than 125% of federal poverty guidelines) are applicable, with the exception of elderly clients and Medicare beneficiaries who are not subject to the income guidelines.

Cost:

No Cost

Waiting time:

Depends on volume of walk-ins.

Languages:

Interpreters are available for non-English speakers by phone if not in person at the courthouse.

Other locations:

Greater Boston Legal Services, 197 Friend Street, Boston

Transportation:

Red Line (Ashmont Line): Shawmut Station, exit station on left to Melville Ave, walk 5 minutes to Courthouse on Washington St - or - Red Line to Ashmont Station, take Bus #23 to 55 Washington St.

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(Categories for this entry: CORI)


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