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PRESS ADVISORY: Judicial Branch’s Public Service and Trust Commission Schedules Public Hearings in Hartford, Bridgeport

Members of the public will have the opportunity to address the Judicial Branch’s Public Service and Trust Commission at two public hearings in December, one in Hartford and the other in Bridgeport.

The public hearing in Hartford is scheduled for Monday, Dec. 3, 2007, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Supreme Court building, located at 231 Capitol Ave. The public hearing in Bridgeport is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 6, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Fairfield Judicial District Courthouse, located at 1061 Main St., Bridgeport.

Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers formed the Public Service and Trust Commission this summer. This diverse panel of 42 individuals is charged with creating a strategic plan that will guide the Judicial Branch in the upcoming years. It is chaired by Appellate Court Judge Alexandra D. DiPentima.

Both Chief Justice Rogers and Judge DiPentima are urging the public and members of the bar to take the opportunity to speak at the hearings.

“Input from the public and members of the bar is critical as we move forward on the strategic plan,” Chief Justice Rogers said. “They are the primary users of our court system, and we would like to hear their recommendations. As I said when I appointed the commission, our strategic plan must focus on the present and future needs of the people we serve.”

“One of the tasks of the commission in creating a strategic plan that addresses those needs is to examine public perceptions of our state judicial system,” Judge DiPentima said. “We can’t do that effectively and with concrete results unless the public assists us at these hearings.”

A sign-up sheet for those choosing to speak at the public hearing will be available one hour prior to the start of the hearing. Speakers are encouraged to provide 10 copies of their remarks, which should be submitted when signing up to speak.

Speakers will be limited to five minutes of testimony in order to provide the opportunity for all interested persons to speak and to permit time for discussion among commission members. Speakers are also asked to direct their comments to their recommendations for the strategic plan.

For further information, contact the External Affairs Division at 860-757-2270.

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Anonymous said...

lykuhdlicorruption in the state of like a weed it has deep roots and grows upward...if all politics is local than so is all corruption starting with local politicians. Judicial abuse is also rampant favors and case trade-offs. Police corruption is at an all time high. The criminals are rewarded for their bad behavior and the citizens who are honest law abiding citizens are abused by police and courts.

Monday, November 26, 2007 3:11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My wife just recently placed on "Adult Probation"...three days after the fact...after having her attorney sit with her side by side filling out all the necessary documentation following the courts determination.....the office of adult probation called her stating they needed to add "additional conditions" to her probation....realize, this was AFTER her attorney sat with her SIDE BY SIDE filling out all the required forms...and they stated she MUST come down IMMEDIATELY to sign the change of documents. She stated she must inform her attorney first, which she did...and he assured her he would take care of everything from his end, and that the changes were not required. They were awful "anxious" for her to get in the car, and drive the 30 some odd miles to get to the Manchester Court House from the location of our home. Her attorney assured her this was not necessary. Later the same evening, two days before Christmas by the way...the driver's side wheel's axle on the car inexplicably fell apart in the driveway as we were backing the car into the garage. Coincidence??? Doubtful. They were quite forceful in insisting that she came down "immediately". If she had of decided to make the trip...the car would have faulted on a major interstate highway at speeds of 60 miles an hour...causing a devastating accident in which my wife would have probably not survived.
We are at war. Citizens of America need to be aware.....
One of the oldest and most prestigious States that was forefront in founding our country presently one of the greatest sources of corruption in America!!!! BE AWARE, AND BE PREPARED!!!! They are attempting to destroy whats remaining of the middle class....since the economical conditions were unable to "finish the job". The corruption has grown to such levels that are incomprehensible. RESIDENTS OF CONNECTICUT TAKE HEED....AND BE ON YOUR GUARD!!!! Follow their "rules" closely....and obey accordingly...otherwise your "wheel" may also inexplicably "fall off". Guard your loved ones ALL here are prey. Leave the state if you are financially able ASAP!!!! The Apocalypse, and it's ensuing partner, Chaos are alive and well in the State of Connecticut.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014 10:34:00 PM  
Blogger The Stark Raving Viking said...

I have talked to CT Chief Justice Chase Rogers. She thinks those who seek actual justice after being reamed in courts thinks citizens "should not be able to complain when they are unhappy with verdicts". That is just elitist smugness, completer arrogance.

I do hear you. You can click on the top banner to go to the newest posts. I am going after them too and am contacting elected officials and judicial reform activists:

Tuesday, December 23, 2014 11:42:00 PM  

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