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Derby Superior Court

Phone 203-735-7438
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Mailing Address Derby Criminal Court
One-Oh-Six Elizabeth Street, Derby, CT 06418
Stewart A. McMillan
Street Address 106 Elizabeth St, Derby, CT 06418
Fax 735-2047
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Court is spitting distance from Route 8 from either the Main Street or Seymour Avenue exits.
About the area
Derby is a small city, both in population and square footage. Home to the once-famous and now extinct Charlton Comics, plus a good high school football team. Apparently the name has nothing to do with horses and the area does not even have a race course. Maybe there is a hat thing involved. Derby is not a very prominent city and the only thing to talk about here is the small Metro rail station. It does have an Opera House which right now is serving as a Police Station (Probably a police station is more needed than an Opera house). The area is heavily forested and also has a 350 acre park which offers, fishing, hiking and other recreational activities. Some nice parks, rivers, and all that. The African American community has not made significant efforts to change the name of Coon Hollow Park.
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Old Comments about Derby Superior Court (hide)

Jan 11 2012 04:28:01: The Derby superior court prosecutors are a joke, and do not even consider listening to your case, or even looking at your evidence to plead your case. Then Judge K, claims you should have discussed things with the prosecution. How is that possible when the prosecution does not even want to listen, and only offers you "Accelerated Rehabilitation" for $35, and does not fully explain what that even means ! This broken process now has me retaining an attorney to give me the proper representation.
Sep 08 2010 08:17:11: what a zoo
Aug 24 2010 10:09:28: Where the he'll does it tell when derby court house opens???