Prosecutors in Connecticut will now have to think twice before lodging a kidnapping charge against a defendant arrested for robbery or sexual assault
Court to consider rare use of 'mental defect' ple
The state Supreme Court will hear oral arguments this week as to whether alleged attackers have the right to an evidentiary hearing
Stamford attorney Stewart Casper's recent medical malpractice case ended in a hung jury after an eight-week trial. But the real news was not the verdict itself, but that six weeks were spent selectin
...logical candidate to fill Smyth's position, said New Haven Public Defender Thomas Ullman, adding that she would have his support. Storey declined comment last...
...to the dock for some real or imagined crime, I will call Thomas Ullman in New Haven or Brian Carlow in Middletown. I would place...
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