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Media Advisory

Re: State v. Michael S.

The parties in State v. Michael S. will appear before the Superior Court for the Judicial District of Stamford/Norwalk at Stamford, Criminal Division, on Thursday, March 1, 2001 at 10 a.m., concerning the State's motion for change of venue and any further proceedings according to law. The motion will be heard at GA 1 Courthouse, 115 Hoyt Street in Stamford.

The hearing will be held promptly at 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 1, 2001. News professionals are asked to report to the Courthouse no later than 8:45 a.m. Reporters must take their seats in the courtroom no later than 9:50 a.m.

Following the proceedings, the media will be asked to clear the courtroom and wait outside for any statements that might be made. Interviews will not be permitted in the courtroom. A podium will be outside the Courthouse for any such statements.

Satellite trucks will not be allowed to park on Hoyt Street overnight. Stamford Police will clear the street and allow parking by 8 a.m. Thursday, March 1st. Trucks may park in the Stamford High School parking lot Wednesday night. (Directions to the Stamford High School parking lot are at the end of this advisory).

Media wishing to shoot outside the courthouse prior to 8 a.m. or to set up their tripods may do so. It should be noted, however, that television cameras must be portable. No trucks will be allowed to park on Hoyt Street prior to 8 a.m., even for brief shots.

The courtroom is on the first floor of the building. There is no onsite parking. Directions to the courthouse are available at our website https://www.jud.ct.gov.

MetroNorth has frequent trains from Grand Central Station to Stamford and there are cabs and a city shuttle bus available at the station.

The Connecticut Practice Book (Sections 1-10, 1-11) does not allow the broadcasting, televising, recording or photographing of court proceedings by news media for proceedings that take place before the jury has been sworn in and, in non-jury cases, before the swearing in of the first witness.

The use of laptop computers is permitted as long as use does not disturb the court proceedings. Cell phones and pagers must be muted in the courtroom and any calls must be made or received outside of the courtroom.

In case of inclement weather or any changes in the scheduling of this matter, notices will be posted on the website and faxed to the media. Please check our website at https://www.jud.ct.gov for updates.

No cameras, recording devices, food or drinks are permitted in the building. The marshals will not permit entry to anyone having any of these items with them.

For Satellite Truck overnight parking:

DIRECTIONS to Stamford High School parking lot:

From I-95 South: Take Exit 8. At the end of the ramp turn right onto Elm Street, which becomes Grove Street. At the top of the hill at the traffic light, turn right onto Hillandale. Parking lot is large empty lot on the right.

From I-95 North: Take Exit 8. Take left off ramp onto Atlantic Street. Follow Atlantic Street, which becomes Bedford Street, approximately one mile. Turn right at light onto Hoyt Street at the Stamford Police Station. Courthouse is the second brick building on the right. Continue past the courthouse to the top of the hill. Go straight onto Hillandale. Go past Underhill Street. Continue 100 yards. Parking lot is on the right.

The following media organizations submitted timely requests for seats in the abovementioned case. All of the organizations that requested seating will be accommodated.

NOTE: When checking in at the Courthouse please give the number that is listed below beside your organization's name. The numbers are entirely arbitrary and have no meaning other than to help speed up the assignment of credentials and the checking in process.

Please refer all inquiries to Ginny Apple, Manager of Communications, for the Connecticut Judicial Branch, 860-757-2270.

1 WCBS Radio, New York
2 Connecticut Law Tribune
3 Greenwich Time
4 COX Radio, Inc., WSTC/WNLK
5 WTNH News 8 Channel
6 WTNH News 8 Channel/Artist
8 News 12 Connecticut
9 Advocate, The-Greenwich Time
10 WFSB 3 Meredith Broadcasting
11 WBZ 4 News CBS Boston
12 WTIC TV, Fox 61
13 Hartford Courant, The
14 Jane Rosenberg (Fox, CNN, CBS)
15 WHDH, 7 News Boston
16 Daily News, New York
17 News-Times Danbury, The
18 Connecticut Post
19 New York Post
20 ABC News Radio, New York
21 CNN
22 WNBC 4
23 Extra
24 The Boston Globe
25 Court TV, New York
26 WPRI/WNAC-TV Providence
27 WVIT NBC 30 Connecticut
28 NBC News, New York
29 Newsday
30 Connecticut Radio Network
31 New York Times, The (CT Bureau)
32 WPIX WB 11 Network NY
33 Metro Networks
34 Associated Press
35 New England Cable News
36 WNYW-TV Fox 5
37 New Haven Register
38 ABC News Radio, New York
39 Greenwich Magazine
40 Jane Rosenberg
41 WTIC News Talk 1080 Radio
42 Fox 25 News at Ten, Boston
43 WGCH 1490
44 Greenwich Post
45 Fox News Channel
46 1010 WINS/Infinity

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