The best bargain for Connecticut residents in terms of resolving minor disputes are small claims courts.
Right now, for $35 and often not marshal fees a person can get their day in court before a magistrate.
The CT Law Tribune is reporting that the legislature is looking to raise the court entry fee to $60.
Even at $60 bringing a small claims action is a bargain. Serving papers alone in Superior Court costs more than $60.
Of all places the legislature can raise fees, this one makes sense.