Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and in accordance with Governor Ned Lamont’s Executive Order 7M, Paragraph 3, effective March 25, 2020, the statute of limitations imposed by Connecticut General Statutes 51-51l (d) is extended for 90 days from the date of such statutory deadline. the Judicial Review Council.


Answers to Common Questions
On the Function, Jurisdiction
And Procedures
Of the
Judicial Review Council


  • Read these guidelines and the complaint form before completing the form.
  • Type or clearly print all information.
  • If extra sheets of paper are used, use only one side of 8 ½” X 11" sheets.
  • Do not bind your complaint.
  • Do not use tabs.
  • Use as few staples as possible.
  • Provide only documents and transcripts that are relevant to your complaint.
  • Be sure to retain a copy of your complaint and any papers that may accompany it for your records.
  • Use a separate form for each individual being complained against.


1. The council cannot act upon complaints that are made to express dissatisfaction with a decision or ruling.

2. The council cannot affect the progress or the outcome of a case.

3. The council cannot disqualify an individual from presiding over a case.

4. The council cannot act upon complaints alleging improper conduct that occurred outside the statute of limitation as provided by law.