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Public Hearing on Practice Book Revisions
Being Considered by the
Rules Committee of the Superior Court
On May 18, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., the Rules Committee of the Superior
Court will conduct a public hearing in the Supreme Court in Hartford for
the purpose of receiving comments concerning Practice Book revisions
which are being considered by the Committee. The revisions proposed
by the Rules Committee have been printed in the April 21, 2015, issue
of the Connecticut Law Journal and have been posted on the Judicial
Branch website at the following link:
Pursuant to subsection (c) of section 51-14 of the Connecticut General Statutes, the Supreme Court has designated the Rules Committee
to conduct this public hearing also for the purpose of receiving comments on any proposed new rule or any change in an existing rule
that any member of the public deems desirable.
Comments may be forwarded to the Rules Committee by email
at: Joseph.DelCiampo@jud.ct.gov or may be forwarded to the Rules
Committee at the following address and should be received by May
Rules Committee of the Superior Court Attn: Joseph J. Del Ciampo, Counsel P.O. Box 150474
Hartford, CT 06115-0474
Each speaker at the public hearing will be limited to five minutes.
Anyone who believes that they cannot cover their remarks within that
time period may submit written comments to the Rules Committee. If
written comments are submitted, ten copies should be provided.
Wheelchair access is located in the rear of the building, accessible
from the staff parking lot between Lafayette and Oak Streets. There
are a limited number of handicap parking spots in the gated staff lot,
which is accessible from Oak Street. Use the intercom at the gate to
speak to security about the availability of parking. Once at the accessible door, use the intercom to request entry from security.
If you would
like to attend the meeting and need an accommodation under the
Americans with Disabilities Act, before May 14, 2015, please email the Rules Committee at: Joseph.DelCiampo@jud.ct.gov