What Information Can You Find on the Connecticut Judicial Website?


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The State of Connecticut Judicial Branch website, Jud.CT.gov, offers information to the public on arrest warrants, home foreclosures and victim services. The site also offers helpful information for attorneys, jurors and members of the media.

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The Connecticut Judicial Branch website allows users to search for arrest warrant information by last name, court location and town, with optional search features for birth date and first name in the event of a same name situation. The arrest warrants listed include violations of probation, failure to appear at a scheduled hearing and orders to incarcerate for an acted crime.

Home foreclosure listings are available by town, property parcel address and docket number. Sale dates and costs are listed, as are actions that may stop the sale of each property. Information for Connecticut's Foreclosure Mediation Program is also available to assist homeowners in reaching mediated resolutions with lenders to stop foreclosure actions.

Website information regarding services available for victims of violent crimes includes emergency phone numbers, locations of shelters and centers, community-based non-profit agencies, and information on the Sandy Hook Workers Assistance Program. This program was established to provide services and support to employees and emergency responders affected by the tragic events that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary in December, 2012.

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