1. How can I complain about a Judge or Family Support Magistrate? Español If you disagree
with the decision of a judge, the proper remedy is to appeal the
decision. If you disagree with the decision of a family support magistrate,
the proper remedy is to appeal the decision within 14 days to a superior
court judge. Please contact the court clerk's office or visit the judicial
branch website for a copy of the appeal Form JD-FM-111.
If you would like the Judicial Branch to look
into your concerns about a particular judge or family support magistrate,
please write a letter detailing your concerns to:
Judge Patrick J.
Carroll III, Chief Court Administrator Office of the Chief Court
Administrator Supreme Court Building 231 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
If you believe that a judge or family support
magistrate may have violated the Code of Judicial Conduct, please contact
the Judicial Review Council.
2. Is there a Judicial Branch form to file a discrimination
complaint against a Judicial Branch subrecipient (agency which receives a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) grant award that is
administered by the Judicial Branch)? Where can I find information about the Judicial Branch’s procedures for responding to
discrimination complaints against Judicial Branch subrecipients?