It's not often that the family of a murder victim files a civil suit against a suspected killer. The O.J. Simpson civil case may be the most notable exception, though it's said that the civil action
In 2003, a fire at a Hartford nursing home killed 16 elderly and disabled people. In the aftermath, 13 lawsuits were filed, but plaintiffs have still not received any money. In fact, they haven't eve
Rafael Medrano, convicted of manslaughter in the 2007 stabbing death of a teenager in Hartford, had his conviction upheld recently by the state Supreme Court and will continue serving his 23 year pri
Before a packed audience at the state Supreme Court, public defender Mark Rademacher argued that executing death row inmate Eduardo Santiago would be unconstitutionally unfair, now that Connecticut h
...saying "from this point on, there will be life." Justice Flemming L. Norcott pointed out that that could be called a "half...
The state's highest court has reversed the murder conviction of a man charged in connection with a home invasion robbery that left a man dead
Former Connecticut Chief Justice Robert J. Callahan brought a gentlemanly approach to the Supreme Court, but a strict adherence to the law in deciding cases
When a lawyer becomes a judge, she or he need not promise to always stay a judge. Lately, more and more judges have been jumping off the judicial track to take more lucrative jobs with private law fi
...in November when Lubbie Harper Jr. turns 70, and a third when Flemming L. Norcott Jr. must retire in October 2013. Former Judiciary...
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With its leader suggesting that other stiff punishments could be handed down in the future, the Connecticut Judicial Review Council last week suspended New Haven Superior Court Judge William Holden w
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