...who broke several laws never spent a day in jail," attorney Raymond Hassett, of Hassett & George in Simsbury, told one reporter after the...
For some, sitting still is a foreign concept. Such is the case with attorney David Bondanza, who in addition to his law practice spends 60 to 80 hours per month as a volunteer emergency medical techn
Superior Court Judge E. Curtissa R. Cofield is in trouble again. Last time, in 2008, it was for moving recklessly in her car. Now she's in trouble for moving too slowly
...to aid a colleague. In a dramatic moment, JRC Chairman Raymond Hassett, of Hassett & George in Hartford, appeared to rebut Leubsdorf's...
In his first public remarks since he's become mired in scandal, former Supreme Court Chief Justice William J. Sullivan last week gave the Judicial Review Council a detailed accounting of how he rose
...said Tuesday. Richard Blumenthal's legal opinion was requested by Raymond Hassett, the chairman of the Judicial Review Council. Last month, the council...
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