The Connecticut Judical Branch has announced that it has created a twitter account. So can we expect to see judges tweeting about their favorite Justin Beiber song or maybe tweets like "OMG Did you see what attorney Smith wore to court today? LOL" Not quite. The following is a press release from the Judicial Branch.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Connecticut Judicial Branch is now using Twitter to broaden public access to information about the courts. “Twitter is yet another way to get word out quickly about delays or closures due to inclement weather, news about events, revised court forms or procedures and a host of other developments,” Chief Court Administrator Barbara M. Quinn said. “Our account will link
followers to new information posted on the Branch’s website, at www.jud.ct.gov, and we hope that users will find this ‘real-time’ service beneficial.” The Branch’s Twitter account is at https://twitter.com/#!/search/CtStateCourts; it may also be accessed through an icon on the Judicial Branch’s website. To set up a Twitter account, followers may sign up at https://twitter.com/. Accounts may be set up to receive notifications by cellular phone as well.
For further information, please contact the External Affairs Division at 860-757-2270.