Judge rules trooper Michael Cutone, who sued Massachusetts State Police, can market C3 Policing as an off-duty job

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Hampden Superior Court Judge Edward McDonough ruled state police must let trooper Michael Cutone market special policing tactic. SPRINGFIELD -- A Hampden Superior Court judge has ruled Massachusetts State Police trooper Michael Cutone can market C3 Policing as off-duty employment. Judge Edward J. McDonough made the ruling Sept. 11, one of the last rulings before he left his Superior Court duties to begin as a state Appeals Court justice. McDonough ruled in favor of Cutone, who had asked the judge to rule for him using the pleadings that have been filed in the case and without a trial. That is what the judge did. Cutone had filed the civil suit against against State Police Superintendent Col. Richard D. McKeon and...

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