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Legal Information: Connecticut
Updated: October 29, 2020
What is the Connecticut automated registry of protective orders? Who has access to it?
The Connecticut automated registry of protective orders contains all restraining orders that have been issued by the Connecticut courts, and all foreign orders of protection that have been registered with the Superior Court.
Any judge of the Superior Court or any employee of the Judicial Department who is authorized by the Chief Court Administrator will have access to the information in the registry. It is not open to the public.1
1 C.G.S. § 51-5c
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