The Supreme Court’s Docket

The Connecticut Supreme Court hears cases during eight “terms” each year, beginning in September and generally concluding in late May or early June. In advance of each term, the court issues a public notice, called the docket, which lists the cases that may be heard during the coming term. Several weeks before the term actually begins, the court issues a second notice,┬ácalled the “Assignment for Days,” which lists the names of the cases and the specific dates during the term on which they will be heard.

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