Magistrate Was Professional, Competent In Former Job

The Connecticut Law Tribune

I have read your April 14, 2008 article concerning Family Magistrate Christopher Oliveira and wish to write in his defense.I do not know what happened in 2004 concerning his job as a family relations counselor trainee at the Middletown courthouse. Prior to this time, however, he had served between three and four years in the Middlesex Judicial District's Civil and Family Clerk's Office as the temporary assistant clerk handling the family magistrate docket.

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