Members of the public have reported receiving calls, reportedly from the Judicial Branch of the Public Defender’s office, indicating that their loved one is in jail and they need to immediately send cash or provide a credit card number for bail. These calls are scams, so please do not send cash or provide your credit card number or any other personal information. A public defender would never call and ask for money or credit card information. If you receive such a call, contact the State Police in your state.

Parole Revocation Unit
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Pursuant to P.A. 19-59, the Division of Public Defender Services new Parole Revocation Unit (PRU) is providing representation for individuals in parole revocation proceedings.  PRU attorneys are primarily responsible for appearing before the Board of Pardons and Paroles (BOPP) on behalf their clients. Public Defender field offices will provide information and support and may be asked to participate in the revocation proceedings when appropriate.  

PRU may be contacted at:  Parole Revocation Unit
                                                Office of the Public Defender
                                                55 West Main St., Suite 430
                                                Waterbury, CT 06702
                                                Phone: (203) 596-4370
                                                Fax: (203) 574-0038

Forms can be found here

Parole Revocation Procedures and Policy

Parole Revocation Information Sheet