Stamford Lawyer Nominated to Superior Court

Anthony D. Truglia, Jr., of Stamford, was one of 15 nominations from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to preside over the court.

Attorney Anthony D. Truglia, Jr. of Stamford, was one of 15 nominations by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to the position of judge in the Connecticut Superior Court. 

Truglia was described as "a Stamford-based attorney with diverse experience in commercial law, specializing in real estate, litigation and corporate matters," on the Governor's website.

He received his B.A. from the University of Virginia and J.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles.

"I feel very honored by this nomination and by the Governor’s confidence," Truglia said on the governor's website. "We have an excellent judicial department in this state and I look forward to joining it and making my contribution to it."

The other nominations include:

  • Robyn Stewart Johnson of Glastonbury
  • Hope Colleen Seeley of Coventry
  • Andrew Roraback of Goshen
  • Thomas G. Moukawsher of Groton
  • Maurice B. Mosley of Waterbury
  • Shelley A. Marcus of Branford
  • Jason M. Lobo of Suffield
  • Charles T. Lee of Greenwich
  • Michael P. Kamp of Hamden
  • Sheila A. Huddleston of West Hartford
  • Karen A. Goodrow of Chester
  • Melanie L. Cradle of Middlefield
  • Thomas D. Colin of Ridgefield
  • Michael A. Albis of East Haven

Additionally, Judge Christine Keller was nominated to the Appelate Court.


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