Robert C. Cosgrove
|Robert C. Cosgrove|
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|Massachusetts Superior Courts|
|Appointed by:||Gov. Mitt Romney|
|Past post:||Chief, Appellate Unit, Norfolk County District Attorney's Office|
|Law School:||Suffolk University|
Robert C. Cosgrove is an associate justice for the Massachusetts Superior Courts. He was nominated to the court by former Governor Mitt Romney in December 2006. Cosgrove may serve on the court until he turns the mandatory retirement age of 70.
Prior to his judicial career, Cosgrove served as the chief of the appellate unit of the Norfolk County District Attorney's Office.
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- The Massachusetts Court System, "Superior Court Division"
- The Massachusetts Court System, "Massachusetts Courthouses by County"
- The Massachusetts Court System, "Superior Court Justices," accessed April 11, 2015
- Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, "Robert C. Cosgrove," March 19, 2007
- Boston.com, "Romney appoints 4 to bench despite vow of no "lame duck" picks," December 20, 2006
- Judicial selection in Massachusetts
- Martindale.com, "Judge Profile: Robert C. Cosgrove," accessed April 11, 2015