Danbury Superior Court - Interpreter Division 146 White St, Danbury, CT06810 The Superior Court System offers interpreters and translators through its Interpreter and Translator Services division.…More Court proceedings are held in English, and when a person requires translation into another language, the court will provide a translator.
Each of the 15 courts in the state Superior Court judical system is overseen by a handful of judges, and the judges…More are overseen by the Office of the Chief Court Administrator in Hartford. The mission of the state Judicial Department is to oversee justice in the state in a fair and timely fashion. Superior Court Judges oversee civil, criminal, family and juvenile court matters.</p>
Superior Court, Juvenile Matters 71 Main St, Danbury, CT06810 The Juvenile Matters division of Superior Court deals with protecting the rights of children, their families and their…More confidentiality. All hearings on juvenile matters are closed to the public. Cases can be crimes by children or against children, they can involve terminating a parent's rights, and they can revolve around neglect or a child's behavior.
The Law Library at Danbury Superior Court is connected to 13 libraries in state courts, plus it makes use of the…More Connecticut State Library and law libraries at the University of Connecticut, Yale and Quinnipiac University. It offers case law from all fifty states plus federal case law.</p>
Office of Bail Commission, Danbury Superior Court 146 White St, Danbury, CT06810 The bail commission's job is to interview a suspect and investigate him or her to help the court decide under what…More terms the suspect will be released from custody before trial. This is where a judge gets the information to set bail. Each suspect is reviewed individually.
Office of the State's Attorney, Danbury Superior Court 146 White St, Danbury, CT06810 The Office of the State's Attorney is the prosecutor's office in Connecticut. Each superior court in Connecticut has a…More number of assistant state's attorneys, depending on that court's caseload. The state's attorney works with local police and other law enforcement officials to create a case and finally prosecute people charged with a crime. The state's attorney's job ends in court, but it begins when a member of this office is called in early by police investigators to make sure a case is investigated properly so it can be prosecuted to a successful end.
Juror Information Line, Danbury Superior Court 146 White St, Danbury, CT06810 This telephone number gives jurors information about their status. It might tell them they must report for duty tomorrow…More or it might tell them their trial was delayed a day or two.
Jury Clerk's Office, Danbury Superior Court 146 White St, Danbury, CT06810 Jurors use this office to learn about jury duty. They can also find answers to commonly asked questions on the Web…More site, such as what office to attend, what time to arrive and the name of their trials, in some cases.
Judicial Marshal Services, Danbury Superior Court 146 White St, Danbury, CT06810 The Judicial Marshal Services division handles security and safety in the state's courthouses. They are the first people…More any visitors to court meet, and they are in charge of screening court visitors, as well as in charge of prisoners and in charge of prisoner transport. Marshals take six weeks of training after passing a physical exam, an agility test, a drug screening and a criminal background test.
Family Services, Danbury Superior Court 146 White St, Danbury, CT06810 The division of Family Services works in the courts to help families resolve conflicts through a host of means,…More including mediation, negotiation and counseling. It works in family violence cases and it works on child support enforcement, arguing that both financial and emotional support from both parents is required to raise a healthy child. Family Services also works with families to both modify and enforce child support orders. It also works to ensure children have proper medical care.