It's a milestone appointment. When Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick appointed Geraldine Hines to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, she became the first black woman to serve on the state’s highest court. Her ascension to the high court caps a career long respected and admired by peers and power brokers. On Under the Radar this week, Callie Crossley spoke with three who know her well about her background and how her experiences breaking barriers have shaped her career, her decisions, and her legacy.