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Complaint Against Attorney {JD-GC-6}

This is a Connecticut form that can be used for Grievance within Statewide.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OUT THE COMPLAINT AGAINST ATTORNEY FORM JD-GC-6 JD-GC-6 Rev. 9-12 Read these instructions before filling out and filing the form. You may also find useful information in the pamphlet "Attorney Grievance Procedures in Connecticut," which is available at: http://www.jud.ct.gov/Publications/gc008.pdf 1. Please fill out the form electronically. You can do that online at http://www.jud2.ct.gov/webforms/forms/gc006. pdf and you can save it. If you cannot fill out the form online, then fill it out by printing in ink only. If we cannot read your complaint, it will be returned to you. Please keep a copy of the complaint for your records. 2. The form must be filled out in English. 3. An original complaint form must be filed by each complainant (the person making the complaint against the attorney) and against each attorney. 4. Please attach to your complaint copies of any documents that are important to prove your complaint. Do not file originals of the attachments (they will not be returned to you). Please do not highlight your attachments. Please do not send CDs or DVDs with your complaint. 5. Each complainant must file an original complaint and 6 copies of each complaint that is filed. This includes attachments. Attachments must be attached to the original and each of the copies of the complaint. Each complaint and set of attachments must be identical and put in the correct order. If the documents that are filed do not meet these requirements, they will be returned to you. 6. Do not include personal identifying information or hospital, psychiatric or medical records with your complaint. "Personal Identifying Information" is defined in Section 4-7(a) of the Connecticut Practice Book: Personal identifying information means an individual's date of birth; mother's maiden name; motor vehicle operator's license number; Social Security number; other government issued identification number except for juris, license, permit or other business related identification numbers that are otherwise made available to the public directly by any government agency or entity; health insurance identification number; or any financial account number, security code or personal identification number (PIN). The use of personal identifying information and hospital, psychiatric and medical records in grievance matters is generally prohibited by the Statewide Grievance Committee and Grievance Panel Rules of Procedure: Rule 1(F) of the Statewide Grievance Committee Rules of Procedure: F. Grievance complaints filed with the Statewide Grievance Committee must be submitted on form JDGC-6 and must contain an original and six copies. Any attachments must be properly collated and attached to the original and each copy of the complaint. Grievance complaints and their attachments must not include personal identifying information as defined by Section 4-7 (a) of the Connecticut Practice Book or another person's hospital, psychiatric or medical records. The Complainant must redact [black out parts of] the complaint and its attachments to remove any personal identifying information. A Complainant who wants to file another person's hospital, psychiatric or medical records must say in the complaint how the documents are relevant and will help prove the complaint. The proposed hospital, psychiatric or medical records accompanying the complaint must be submitted in a sealed envelope labeled "proposed hospital, psychiatric or medical records." If the complaint is forwarded to a grievance panel for investigation under Section 2-32(a)(1) of the Connecticut Practice Book, the grievance panel will review the statement and follow Rule 1(I) of the Grievance Panel Rules of Procedure. If the Complainant is Disciplinary Counsel, the Statewide Bar Counsel, the Statewide Grievance Committee or a reviewing committee thereof, or a Grievance Panel, then any records, including hospital, psychiatric or medical records as well as records containing personal identifying information may be included in the initial grievance complaint without an offer of proof. Materials that do not meet these requirements will be returned. Rule 1(H) and (I) of the Grievance Panel Rules of Procedure: H. Except for materials filed by Disciplinary Counsel, the Statewide Bar Counsel, the Statewide Grievance Committee or a reviewing committee thereof, or a Grievance Panel, no materials sent to the Grievance Panel investigating the complaint, including, but not limited to the complaint and the answer shall include personal identifying information as defined by Section 4-7 of the Connecticut Practice Book. The person filing any materials with personal identifying information must redact them. The Grievance Panel or its counsel may redact materials that do not follow this rule. I. Except for materials filed by Disciplinary Counsel, the Statewide Bar Counsel, the Statewide Grievance Committee or a reviewing committee thereof, or a Grievance Panel, no materials sent to the Grievance Panel investigating the complaint, including the complaint and the answer, shall include hospital, psychiatric or medical records. If a Complainant, Respondent or Disciplinary Counsel pursuing the matter under Section 2-32(f) of the Connecticut Practice Book want to file a hospital, psychiatric or medical record with the Grievance Panel, then the record(s) must be filed in a sealed envelope, that has the case name and number and the name of the person filing it written on the envelope. The record(s) must be accompanied by a written statement explaining how the material(s) is relevant and how it will help prove the complaint or a defense to the complaint. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Instructions page 1 (1) The Grievance Panel and its counsel will 7. determine whether the written statement of the person who filed the hospital, psychiatric or medical record(s) establishes that the material(s) is relevant and will help prove the complaint or a defense to the complaint. If the written statement does not demonstrate why the hospital, psychiatric or medical record(s) is relevant and how it will help prove the 8. complaint or a defense to the complaint, the record(s) will be returned to the person who filed them, and no copy will be kept as part of the Grievance Panel's record. 9. (2) If the written statement establishes that the hospital, psychiatric or medical record(s) is relevant and will help prove the complaint or a defense to the complaint, then the Grievan

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