Kudos to Justice Sonia Sotomayor for refusing to allow a prosecutor's racist conduct to hide behind an order denying certiorari
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
There was action on two fronts last week in one of the state's biggest civil cases ever, marked by a new $15 million settlement involving dozens of plaintiffs and state Supreme Court arguments focusi
bNotes On The Transcript/b On the surface, the issue doesn't seem all that complicated. Connecticut statutes say that to qualify to be state attorney general, a lawyer must have 10 years of "active p
The police apprehend an individual suspected of murder and bring him to the station for questioning. Alone in a room with several officers, the suspect allegedly makes a series of incriminating state
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