- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 17, 2016

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - The Connecticut judicial branch is revealing details about which types of employees are receiving layoff notices.

The latest round of 113 layoff notices was originally announced May 5. The judicial branch revealed on Monday the types of employees who are losing their jobs. They include case flow and clinical coordinators, family relations counselors, adult and juvenile probation officers, judicial marshals and others.

The two rounds of layoffs bring the total number of judicial workers losing their jobs to 239. The final number will be determined once officials review the $19.7 billion state budget bill that cleared the General Assembly last week.

Judicial branch officials say they expect some courthouses will be closed or consolidated due to the new budget but no decisions have been made yet.


This story has been corrected to show the layoffs were originally announced May 5, not Monday.

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