...any liability in settlement documents. Xu's lawyer, Jonathan J. Einhorn, of New Haven, characterized the entire situation as a...
Though the federal judiciary set aside enough money to keep courts funded for the first two weeks of a government shutdown, it has not quite been business as usual at courthouses in New Haven, Bridge
...of incarceration. What's that going to serve?" Jonathan J. Einhorn, a federal criminal defense attorney, agrees with Keefe. "The...
...years in prison. "It happens all the time," Jonathan J. Einhorn, a New Haven criminal defense lawyer who practices in federal...
Defense attorneys say the feds are especially going after child porn distributors who trade photos and videos via file-sharing websites, the same way the entertainment industry is pursuing people who
Federal court employees in Connecticut could be furloughed and the hearing of cases could be delayed, due to federal budget cuts. One defense lawyer wonders whether the court system might soon have t
When the scaffolding is finally removed from the old New Haven County Courthouse on the Green early next year, one sound might be "what took so long?
...to the court and the bar and the public." Jonathan J. Einhorn, a New Haven attorney who practice criminal defense, has tried...
Many Connecticut lawyers were saddened Monday to learn of the death of U.S. District Judge Mark R. Kravitz, who lost his battle with ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease, at age 62
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