Connecticut's Stamford and Norwalk Judicial District encompasses the cities of Stamford and Norwalk, as well as the…More towns of Greenwich, Darien, New Canaan, Wilton, Westport and Weston. The district's Superior Court handles criminal, civil, family and juvenile case.
The courthouse opened in 2002 and combined separate buildings that held the Stamford-Norwalk Judicial District offices, the Superior Court, juvenile court and the Office of Adult Probation. The building is 250,000 square feet and features seven criminal jury courtrooms, six civil jury courtrooms, two arraignment courts, two civil non-jury courtrooms, two family courtrooms, one housing courtroom, and two juvenile matters courtrooms. It also features a public law library, a court service center and a public information desk.
The State of Connecticut Geographical Area 1 Court at Stamford is the superior court for the city of Stamford and the…More towns of Darien and Greenwich. Its building on Hoyt Street also holds the criminal, civil, family and juvenile courts for the cities of Stamford and Norwalk, as well as the towns of Greenwich, Darien, New Canaan, Wilton, Westport and Weston.
The courthouse opened in 2002 and combined separate buildings that held the Stamford-Norwalk Judicial District, the Geographical Area Courthouse No. 1, Juvenile Matters and the Office of Adult Probation. The building is 250,000 square feet and features seven criminal jury courtrooms, six civil jury courtrooms, two arraignment courts, two civil non-jury courtrooms, two family courtrooms, one housing courtroom and two juvenile matters courtrooms. It also features a law library, which is open to the public, a Court Service Center and a public information desk.
Peter L. Truebner, Attorney at Law 600 Summer St, Stamford, CT06901 Peter L. Truebner is an attorney specializing in federal criminal defense cases. In addition, he provides legal services…More for juvenile cases, civil litigation, slip and fall accidents and traffic violations. To schedule an appointment, contact Truebner's office at the number listed.
The Law Offices of Daniel P. Weiner 24 Hoyt St, Stamford, CT06905 The Law Offices of Daniel P. Weiner practices in the areas of juvenile law, traffic violations, civil litigation and…More more. He has represented various clients, from college students charged with a crime, to clients brought up on drug charges. Mr. Weiner speaks fluent French and Spanish.
Connecticut Legal Services 595 Summer St, Stamford, CT06901 Connecticut Legal Services is a not-for-profit civil law firm that aids low-income individuals and families. The lawyers…More have dealt with cases involving housing, homelessness, Medicare and Medicaid, employment, domestic violence, juvenile law and more. The firm also focuses on protection against consumer scams.
Joseph L. Colarusso, Atty. 1234 Summer St, Stamford, CT06905 Joseph L. Colarusso is a practicing attorney-at-law. His office specializes in various areas of law, including drug…More offenses, violent crime, juvenile offenses, white collar crimes and more. To schedule an appointment for legal counsel, please call his office.
Law Office of Albert Unger LLC 1 Bank St, Stamford, CT06901 Stamford native Albert Unger is a general law practitioner. Specialties include juvenile (criminal and DCF cases),…More commercial and residential landlord/tenant, foreclosures, employment, business law, divorce/family, real estate transactions and litigation, criminal defense, victims advocacy and general civil litigation. He is a graduate of Quinnipiac University School of Law and is a member of the CT Trial Lawyers Association and the Stamford Chamber of Commerce.
Department of Children and Families-Stamford Office 401 Shippan Ave, Stamford, CT06902 The Department of Children and Families serves 36,000 children and 16,000 families yearly in Connecticut. The Department…More is guided by four mandate areas: child welfare, children's behavioral health, juvenile services and prevention. To serve these mandate areas, the department operates a telephone hotline, maintains custody of 5,000 children and serves families after findings of neglect or abuse. Additionally, the department facilitates and oversees foster and adoption placements.
Opearted by and located within the mayor's office, the Youth Service Bureau has a mission to "promote the development…More of caring, responsible, and successful young people through the Mayor's Youth Leadership council, Education Through Adventure, the Juvenile Review Board, the Stamford Mentoring Partnership, and facilitate collaboration among Stamford's youth-serving organizations."
City residents can visit the office to collect information and receive referrals for the various youth service agencies in Stamford. The office keeps a directory of all of the agencies, which can also be accessed online. The office also runs its own initiatives, including the Girls Empowerment Movement in Stamford, Pathfinders Adventure Camp and Stamford's Focus on Youth.