Reappointment of Judges

Notice Of Evaluation of Incumbent Judges Who Seek Reappointment

The terms of the following Judges of the State of Connecticut will expire during the year 2022 and the nominations by the Governor will come before the Judicial Selection Commission for review commencing in February 2021.

There are 20 judges with terms expiring in 2022:                                       

Appellate Court

  Hon. Eliot D. Prescott   


Superior Court

Hon. Carl J. Schuman                                                     

Hon. Maureen M. Keegan                                             

Hon. Leslie L. Olear                             

Hon. Harry E. Calmar                                   

Hon. Michael G. Maronich                                     

Hon. Kevin A. Randolph                                       

Hon. Robyn Stewart Johnson                                       

Hon. Leo V. Diana                                         

Hon. Robert Nastri, Jr.                                                 

Hon. John D. Moore                                                 

Hon. Kevin S. Russo                             

Hon. Tammy D. Geathers                                             

Hon. Jane K. Grossman                                               

Hon. Rupal Shah

Hon. Cesar A. Noble     

Hon. Erika M. Tindill

Hon. Kevin J. Murphy                                            


Senior Judges

Hon. Julia L. Aurigemma                                       

Hon. Denis D. Markle 

Hon. Sheridan L. Moore 


Comments regarding the reappointment of any of the Judges on the Reappointment List for 2022 may be submitted to the Judicial Selection Commission, 165 Capitol Ave, Suite 1080,Hartford, CT 06106 on or before January 31, 2021.  Reappointment interviews of the listed Judges will commence in February 2021 and continue through June 2021.  Accordingly, comments received after January 31, 2021 will be considered if received prior to a Judge's reappointment interview.  Anonymous submissions will be considered but afforded less weight than signed submissions. 

Charles E. Tiernan, III