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Mark Villeneuve is remembered in some legal circles as the guy who lied on his r?sum? when applying for a job as an attorney with a state agency. When caught in his apparent deceit, he made an embarr
Originally Published: Connecticut Law Tribune
Mark Villeneuve is remembered in Connecticut legal circles as the guy a few years back who lied on his r?sum? when applying for a job as an attorney with a state agency
Imagine filling out an application for state assistance and then waiting for help that might never come. With the holiday season approaching, many low-income families will remain hungry because the f
Leaders of the Connecticut Bar Association were on the winning side of the legal fight for federal benefits for same-sex couples last week, when a divided U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
To some members, a vote by the Connecticut Bar Association's Board of Governors last week to join the legal fight for federal benefits for same-sex couples was a not-to-be-missed opportunity to weigh
U.S. District Judge Vanessa L.Bryant's 104-page decision last week squarely holds that the act, which denies federal benefits to same-sex couples, violates the U.S. Constitution's due process guarant
The ruling came in the case of six married same-sex couples and a widower from Connecticut, New Hampshire and Vermont who sued after being denied federal benefits
...GLAD civil rights director Mary Bonauto commented in a written statement: "Judge Bryant's ruling is very clear; married people are married and should...
There has been a spike in state residents enrolling in gun safety classes, a prerequisite for a permit. According to a recent federal action, they can expect to have their constitutional rights tramm
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