Form JD-CR-55 "Claim for a New Trial (De Novo) - Magistrate Program" - Connecticut

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MAGISTRATE PROGRAM
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
CLAIM FOR A NEW TRIAL (DE NOVO)
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-CR-55 Rev. 7-14
www.jud.ct.gov
C.G.S. § 51-193u, P.B. § 44-30
NOTICE - A decision of the magistrate, including any penalty imposed, will become
a judgment of the court if no demand for a new trial is filed with the court clerk
within 5 days of the date the decision was made (rendered) by the magistrate.
Instructions to Person Requesting (Claiming) a New Trial
1.
Use this form only where an infraction, violation or motor vehicle violation has been charged and
the case has been heard by a magistrate.
This claim for a new trial must be filed with the clerk of the court where the hearing was held.
2.
The claim must be filed within 5 days of the date the decision was made by the magistrate.
3.
Keep a copy for your records.
4.
Name of Case
Docket number
Address of Clerk of Court ( Number, street and town)
Geographical
Area
Number
Date of Hearing
Date Decision Rendered
Magistrate (Name)
I am requesting a new trial in this case. The magistrate made the decision no more than
5 days before the date I am filing this request.
Date
Signed
I am the (check one):
Defendant (or Attorney)
Prosecutor
Mailing address
Telephone number
To Be Completed Only if this Claim is Being Filed by the Prosecuting Authority
I certify that a copy of this request has been served on the defendant or the defendant's attorney, in accordance
with the rules of practice.
Date
Signed (Prosecutor)
FOR COURT USE
File Date
ADA NOTICE
The Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut complies with the Americans
with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a reasonable accommodation in
accordance with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA contact person
listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
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MAGISTRATE PROGRAM
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
CLAIM FOR A NEW TRIAL (DE NOVO)
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-CR-55 Rev. 7-14
www.jud.ct.gov
C.G.S. § 51-193u, P.B. § 44-30
NOTICE - A decision of the magistrate, including any penalty imposed, will become
a judgment of the court if no demand for a new trial is filed with the court clerk
within 5 days of the date the decision was made (rendered) by the magistrate.
Instructions to Person Requesting (Claiming) a New Trial
1.
Use this form only where an infraction, violation or motor vehicle violation has been charged and
the case has been heard by a magistrate.
This claim for a new trial must be filed with the clerk of the court where the hearing was held.
2.
The claim must be filed within 5 days of the date the decision was made by the magistrate.
3.
Keep a copy for your records.
4.
Name of Case
Docket number
Address of Clerk of Court ( Number, street and town)
Geographical
Area
Number
Date of Hearing
Date Decision Rendered
Magistrate (Name)
I am requesting a new trial in this case. The magistrate made the decision no more than
5 days before the date I am filing this request.
Date
Signed
I am the (check one):
Defendant (or Attorney)
Prosecutor
Mailing address
Telephone number
To Be Completed Only if this Claim is Being Filed by the Prosecuting Authority
I certify that a copy of this request has been served on the defendant or the defendant's attorney, in accordance
with the rules of practice.
Date
Signed (Prosecutor)
FOR COURT USE
File Date
ADA NOTICE
The Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut complies with the Americans
with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a reasonable accommodation in
accordance with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA contact person
listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
Print Form
Reset Form