My attorney just told me that I have an in-person court date coming up. As in, it’s not virtual anymore. Also, it’s not the same day of the week or time that it originally was when it was scheduled virtually. What’s going on?
In Connecticut, the judicial system is now scheduling Resolution Plan Dates (RPDs) in person. However, they are rolling it out slowly to keep an eye on COVID numbers. The information that the judicial branch has presently passed along to attorneys is that about two (2) weeks prior to your resolution plan date, you will receive a notice of the exact day/time that you are to appear in person. This is causing a lot of scheduling issues as both counsel and parties have largely already planned to be virtual. If you cannot appear in person for any reason, make sure to let your attorney know as soon as possible. The courts know that this will be a “bumpy” transition and are trying to work with counsel and parties.
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