Connecticut Court Records

Jurisdictions of the Court
Superior Courts are actually organized into divisions and special sessions by case type.
As such, every Superior Court has court divisions for Civil, Criminal, Family and Juvenile Cases.

Court Divisions:
The Civil Division has five parts: Civil Jury, Civil Non-Jury, Landlord/Tenant (including Summary Process/eviction), Administrative Appeals, and Small Claims.

The Criminal division handles crimes and other violations/ infractions.

The Family Division handles cases about family relationships, including child custody, divorce, child support, and restraining orders.

The Juvenile Division will handle cases involving the care of children or the behavior of a child, including but not limited to: child or youth neglect, elimination of parental rights, emancipation of a minor, delinquency and cases involving families with service needs (FWSN).

Probate Courts will hear cases that include wills, trusts, ownership of real and personal property, guardianships, estates, civil commitment, termination of parental rights, paternity, adoptions and name changes.

State Department of Corrections
Connecticut Department of Corrections
Mailing address: 24 Wolcott Hill Road, Wethersfield, CT 06109
Physical address: See above
Phone: (860) 692-7480
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Where to Find State Court Records
Administration of CSSD
Mailing address: 936 Silas Deane Hwy Fl 3, Wethersfield, CT 06109
Physical address: see above
Phone: (860) 721-2145
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Director: John F. Brooks
Specific Court Records
Supreme Court of Connecticut
Mailing address: 231 Capitol Ave., Hartford, CT
Physical address: see above
Phone: (860) 756-7900
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Connecticut Appellate Court
Mailing address: 75 Elm St., Hartford, CT
Physical address: see above
Phone: (860) 566-5262
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Office of the Probate Court Administrator
Mailing Address: 186 Newington Road, West Hartford, CT 06110
Phone: 860-231-2442
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Email: N/A
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm

Supreme Court Opinions
Dockets and opinions of the Supreme Court of Connecticut are available online at:
Contained within a Court Record
Court records will often have the following pieces of information: the address and name of the defendant, the address and name of the plaintiff, the date of each court hearing, the outcome of the court, a detailing of the evidence that was presented from both sides, the address where the hearing took place, a summary of statements from the witnesses, what statutes/laws have been violated, the judge’s full name, and all court fee information.

Court records resources in: Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London, Tolland, Windham

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