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Governor Lamont Nominates 22 Connecticut Residents To Fill Vacancies on the Superior Court – CT.gov

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(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont today announced that he is nominating 22 Connecticut residents to fill vacancies as judges on the Connecticut Superior Court. The court currently has 59 vacancies.
This is the second class of Superior Court nominations made by Governor Lamont since he took office in 2019. His first class was made in early 2021 and consisted of 15 judges.
“Our court system works the best when it reflects the diversity, experience, and understanding of the people who live here,” Governor Lamont said. “These men and women that I’ve selected to become judges not only have the competence, skills, and proficiency to serve the court with integrity, but come from a variety of backgrounds that provide them with the important shared experiences of the people who will come before them. These nominees have the qualifications that meet the high standards the residents of Connecticut deserve on the bench.”
The nominations, which are being forwarded to the Connecticut General Assembly for its consideration, include:
In addition to the Superior Court nominations, Governor Lamont today announced that he is nominating the following two residents to serve as family support magistrates:

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