Judicial Review Council
The Judicial Review Council (JRC) was established in 1978 and is presently governed by Chapter 872a, sections 51-51g through 51-51u of the Connecticut General Statutes. Those provisions apply to judges of the Superior Court, including senior judges and judge trial referees, judges of the Appellate Court, justices of the Supreme Court, workers’ compensation commissioners, and family support magistrates.
JRC investigates and resolves complaints alleging misconduct, disability, or substance abuse of state judges, family support magistrates, and workers' compensation commissioners in order to promote public confidence in the courts and the integrity and independence of the judiciary by ensuring high standards of judicial conduct on and off the bench.
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