Last week, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Appellate Court Judge Carmen Espinosa "is among our state's most respected jurists" and nominated her to the state Supreme Court. If confirmed by the legislature
Former Connecticut Chief Justice Robert J. Callahan brought a gentlemanly approach to the Supreme Court, but a strict adherence to the law in deciding cases
Calogero J. Marino v. Linda Livieri, Administratrix of the Estate of Elaine Burgess: A Wallingford man who injured his neck, low back and knee in a car accident was awarded $125,000 following a bench
...committee called the "Berdon Commission," named after former Chief Justice Robert I. Berdon. The panel, which had been around for more than a...
A cursory glance at a new study would lead one to conclude that the Connecticut Supreme Court is rife with partisan politics
Public officials, judges and lawyers who don't want to personally squeal on an attorney now have a lower-profile option than filing a formal complaint
A Middletown man might escape conviction, even after police found more than 7 pounds of marijuana at his house. He can thank a faulty arrest warrant and an unforgiving Appellate Court for his possibl
...of the redirect testimony, prompting the appeal. Judge Trial Referee Robert I. Berdon, sitting by designation, wrote the Appellate Court ruling. "The...
...Thomas A. Bishop wrote for the majority. Judge Trial Referee Robert I. Berdon, sitting by designation, wrote a dissent adamantly disagreeing with Bishop...
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