ⓘ Robert J. Devlin Jr.
Robert J. Devlin Jr. is a Judge of the Connecticut Appellate Court and a former Judge of the Connecticut Superior Court. He was nominated to the Appellate court by Governor Ned Lamont and began his term on May 15, 2019. Devlin reaches the mandatory retirement age of 70 in 2020.
1. Early career
Devlin started his career by working as a public defender and in private practice. He then worked for nine years as a prosecutor. From 1988–1992 he was an Assistant United States Attorney.
2. Superior Court service
He was nominated to the Superior Court in December 1992 by Lowell Weicker. As a superior court judge, Devlin presided over several notable criminal cases, including State v. Beth Carpenter, State v. Russell Peeler, and State v. Christopher DiMeo.
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