In terms of the progress of Paul Carrubba's complaint, first Mr. Carrubba filed this motion to disqualify which was rejected by the family court and didn't get him anywhere. Then he filed the same complaint in civil court on October 2, 2000 before Judge Robert J. Hale where it was finally dismissed in a memorandum of decision issued on February 21, 2002. It then went on to Appellate Court and ultimately to the CT Supreme Court which, in July 2005, upheld the original civil court decision which was that GALs and AMCs have qualified quasi-judicial immunity, and expanded the level of immunity to that of absolute quasi-judicial immunity "for actions taken during or, activities necessary to, the performance of functions that are integral to the judicial process." This is the decision which the current Bill #5505 seeks to overturn.
I am not sure how necessary or integral to the judicial process it is to repeatedly call a father an "asshole", but I will leave that up to you to decide!