John Michael Farren has decided to represent himself in a case where he is accused of trying to kill his former wife, Mary Margaret Farren, who is also an attorney, in the couple's New Canaan home ab
I write today to block any effort to nominate Connecticut United States Attorney David Fein for appointment to the federal bench. In his four-year tenure as top federal prosecutor in Connecticut, he
Even if you are in mourning about the results of the presidential election, and I am not, you will agree that there is one occasion for rejoicing: With the elections safely behind us, both President
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