Connecticut: Online case information and legislative resources

I’ve been meaning to add several useful sources for Connecticut legal materials, and I finally got around to it.  Highlights include:

  • The free case “Look-ups” posted by the State for searching and retrieving docket sheets and case information, plus Court PC of Connecticut, a commercial service with older cases;
  • The Session Laws Library on HeinOnline for Acts going all the way back to 1776; and
  •  Three places to call for questions about Connecticut legislation — the General Assembly’s Bill Room (860-240-0333),  the General Assembly’s Legislative Library (860-240-8888), and the Law and Legislative Reference division of the Connecticut state law library (860-757-6590) . 
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