Justices of the Peace

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Justices of the Peace

Justices of the Peace have played a vital part in the judicial system, beginning in 1686. By the end of the seventeenth century, justices were commonly authorized to take jurisdiction over small actions. As towns were incorporated, the General Assembly authorized the creation of town and borough courts in order to handle small cases. Justices of the peace presided over these courts. In 1939, the trial justice system was enacted, vesting the limited criminal jurisdiction formerly within the power of all justices of the peace in specially designated trial justices.

Appointments

Vickey R. Acosta

Salvatore Amadeo

Lisa J. Anderson

Walter G. Briggs

Janice E. Bruch
858 Litchfield Tpke
203-393-1835
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Tracy A. Darling
38 Fatima Dr
(H) 203-393-9331
(C) 203-988-1772
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William E. Gilbert

Carol R. Goldberg

Clark D. Hurlburt

Kathleen LeBlanc

Paul K. Manger
203-393-2779
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Patricia E. Martin
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Frank G. Pfeiffer
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June G. Riley

Constance L. Royster
4 Fairwood Rd
203-376-9938 (Preferred)
203-393-2084
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Mary R. Scinto
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Donald R. Shea, Jr.
48 Deerfield Lane
(C) 860-208-9949
(H) 203-393-2591
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