The Freedom of Information Act amendment requires the police agency to provide at least one of the following: an arrest report, incident report, news release or some similar report of the arrest
Elvin G. is a father of two children whose parental rights were terminated while he was serving a lengthy prison sentence for federal firearm charges.The father challenged the state's decision all th
The past year was one of transition for the Connecticut Supreme Court: Two new justices with atypical resumes and pioneering personal histories, Andrew McDonald and Carmen Espinosa, joined the Court
...discrimination and harassment based on their sexual orientation. This year, Chief Justice Rogers again addressed the vexing issue of workplace harassment by writing...
...publicity generated by a series of embarrassing disclosures that preceded her appointment, Chief Justice Rogers created the Public Service and Trust Commission, chaired by Chief...
Hats off to Chief Justice Chase Rogers, United Technologies and General Electric for creating Legal Corps of Connecticut. Based on the Teach for America model, Legal Corps of America sounds like a wi
...residents of Connecticut as chief court administrator, and I am grateful to Chief Justice Rogers for having appointed me to the position," Quinn said...
Chief Justice Chase Rogers has put the issue squarely and succinctly: pro se litigants "clog up the court system. Cases are delayed and lengthened, creating frustration for everybody... Litigants wit
...in judicial pay. Sure, it's unpopular, but leadership often requires boldness. Chief Justice Rogers' call for an increase in the pay of Superior Court...
As the Connecticut Judicial Branch debates hardwiring courts for wireless access, law libraries are looking at video deposition technology as a better way to connect with patrons
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