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Judge Raymond J. Brassard (left) presides over Suffolk Superior Court, where he expects male jurors, such as the one at right, to wear neckties. (Photos by Pat Greenhouse)

This judge's instruction to jurors: Dress up

By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / December 15, 2005

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As do virtually all judges in Massachusetts, Judge Raymond J. Brassard gives newly assembled juries a variety of instructions at the start of trials: Listen carefully to testimony. Ignore news accounts. And do not discuss the case outside the courtroom. (Full article: 826 words)

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