Feds Look Into Judicial Branch ADA Compliance

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Federal authorities are reviewing the Connecticut Judicial Branch's compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, prompted by complaints it has received from two women who claim they were not provided with equal access to the courts as required under the ADA.

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  • This issue extends well beyond parents and goes into violations when the court assigns AMC/GALs to children with special needs - when these individuals have absolutely no knowledge, experience or background into the unique challenges these children and their parents and families face, and in violation of the ADA.

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