Second Act: Former Chief Justice Reinvents Himself as Mental Health Advocate

By Kathie Ragsdale

While asleep in his bed on a spring night in 2002, then-New Hampshire Supreme Court Associate Justice John T. Broderick Jr. was beaten unrecognizable by his son.

Media across the country carried stories of the attack, drawn by the seeming rarity of so distinguished an individual harmed by one of his own.

Now, 16 years later, Broderick is on a mission to raise awareness about what triggered his family tragedy and visits suffering on many others: mental illness. Read more at our partner website NH Bar News