A Danbury civil rights attorney who claims state courts have discriminated against her doesn’t believe she’ll get a fair outcome from those who will be deciding her fate to be reinstated to the state bar.

Josephine Smalls Miller, who was suspended from practicing law for one year in November 2018, said the delay in giving her a hearing was discriminatory, while the state said it was due to COVID-19. Now, Miller has a Sept. 1 date in front of the Middlesex Judicial District Standing Committee on Recommendations for Admissions to the Bar.