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Prior to New Haven courts implementing changes to the regular court operations, Fairfield County became a hot spot for coronavirus. Here is a recap of why the changes were necessary. Connecticut reported its first positive case of COVID-19 coronavirus less than four weeks ago. The first case happened in Wilton CT. As of May of 2020, Connecticut has reported over 30,0000 confirmed cases. The virus continues to spread throughout the state. All eight Connecticut counties have cases now.
- All remaining open courthouses will be closed on Tuesday, April 7, 2020. Beginning on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, all courthouses will be closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays until further notice. This further reduction of the days that the courts will be open to the public is part of the Judicial Branch’s ongoing effort to secure the highest possible level of protection to the public and the staff who work in our courthouses.
“Beginning on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, all New Haven County Courts will be closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays until further notice”
As Chief Court Administrator, Patrick L. Carrol III, and Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson stated in a statement released yesterday, “it is necessary to implement the following unprecedented measures to protect the public, the bar, our employees and judges”. Consequently, many CT courts will be closing effective Mach 19, 2020.”
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See the list of Courts that will remain open at this time. See list.
Here are the Changes for New Haven CT Courts and New Haven County Courts
All New Haven Superior Court Juvenile Matters will be attended at the Bridgeport Court located at 60 Housatonic Avenue, in Bridgeport CT. See directions
The New Haven Judicial District will continue to remain open. This Court is located at 235 Church Street, New Haven, CT 06510. See directions
This New Haven CT court is handling cases from Meriden. Meriden Court Cases will be heard at New Haven JD Court.
The Waterbury Superior Court will continue to remain open serving cases from Danbury and Litchfield.
The Ansonia Milford JD Court is closing until further notice.
Effective Thursday, March 19, 2020, the Judicial Branch will implement these changes:
- One building in each of the 13 Judicial Districts will be designated as the location at which only Priority 1 functions (as defined in our Continuity of Operations Plan) will be handled.
- Juvenile Matters will be heard in the Hartford and Bridgeport juvenile courthouses.
- The Branch’s Executive Directors will reach out to their respective employees to determine who will staff these locations and conduct all other vital functions such as information technology, human resources, and payroll.
- All other staff will remain at home. Those whose jobs allow them to work at home will do so.
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