• Superior Court
  • Tolland J.D., at Rockville
  • CV12-6005785S
  • Apr 17 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Sferrazza, J.
A legal holiday may not extend the date for delivery of the writ, summons and complaint to a state marshal for service of process, because while a plaintiff may encounter difficulty effectuating delivery to the marshal on a legal holiday, no legal obstruction exists.

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