Because the work of a court-appointed monitoring panel was integral to the judicial process of enforcing a consent judgment and there is a strong public policy reason for encouraging freedom of expression in that process, the workings of the panel should be extended quasi-judicial immunity.
Mercer v. Blanchette
Connecticut Appellate Court
January 20, 2012
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